Women continue to be declined mortgages when pregnant.
Right now it’s estimated to take 132 years for the gender gap to close.
The 1980s saw a rise in the number of women in the workplace and in leadership positions
Up until this point, it was illegal to employ a married woman in Ireland
Women were finally allowed to open a bank account for the first time
The Employment Equality Act is introduced
Sadly, the vast majority of women have witnessed, know of, or have heard of other women that have been discriminated against when it comes to promotions and bonuses due to pregnancy. By providing fertility support, you are reaffirming your company’s commitment to valuing women at all stages of life and supporting them as challenges arise in their personal lives.
the last 50 years have been hugely transformative for women in the workplace. Huge progress has been made, and we have a long way to go with a projection of over 130 years to close the gap. Just one generation ago, women were barred from professional growth. It was illegal to hire a married woman, and getting fired for being pregnant was the status quo.
Our Fertility and Leadership Coaching programme is a combination of e-learning and live group coaching calls that make the fertility journey less consuming, isolating & overwhelming for your employees.
We help to calculate your company’s fertility flight risk exposure in monetary terms, so you can understand how this problem is currently hitting the bottom line
Through a discovery process, we gather qualitative data on employee attitudes and beliefs on fertility & motherhood at work, as this contributes towards the culture and sense of psychological safety at work for women that are trying to conceive
Saves tens of thousands annually
Improves morale and productivity
Promotes team engagement
Reduces flight risk and absenteeism
Promotes diversity, equity and inclusivity
Develop resilience with workplace stress
Integrate supportive fertility focused work life balance
Optimise egg quality through lifestyle
Become energy efficient with hormones
Fembition was conceived and founded by Alison Clarke, who herself experienced fertility issues and underwent treatment as she climbed the corporate ladder. After numerous rounds of failed treatment, Alison resigned.
Inspired to forge a better path for women, Fembition was born to provide more support to women in business, and to help employers retain highly valued female talent.
Fembition is an Irish start up in the Femtech sector and is supported by Enterprise Ireland.