Symptoms associated with menopause can result in major insurance and employment-related costs.
Clinical & Insurance Costs
Individuals experiencing symptoms can cost employers $15,000 more—per person, per year—than those without symptoms.
59% of menopausal employees report taking time off due to their symptoms. 18% took extended leave—eight weeks—away from work.
Menopause-related work absences and a lower quality of life can result in major productivity losses. Employers can lose up to $6,500 in productivity losses per menopausal employee, per year.
One in four menopause patients report leaving their job due to severe symptoms.
Menopause can create new, unforeseen challenges for employees. Without support, these employees are more likely to struggle in silence, fall behind, or simply depart.
Science-backed treatments provide substantial symptom relief
Whole-person care fosters healthy lifestyles and decreases risk of chronic illnesses
Healthy, supported individuals remain productive employees
Employer partnership demonstrates a commitment to employee health