Featured on BBC Breakfast – May 2023
Our co-founder Natalie Silverman speaking to BBC Breakfast about what more organisations can do to support employees going through fertility treatment.
Discussing Pregnant then Screwed findings on the impact of fertility treatment at work
Our Co-Founder Becky Kearns spoke to Ben Boulous at BBC Breakfast to talk through how people can talk to their employers and also how organisations can better support people dealing with this issue.
Featured on BBC East Midlands
Our co-founder, Becky, featured on her local BBC East Midlands news programme talking about the work we’re doing in lobbying Parliament for changes in statutory rights at work for those needing fertility treatment.
Discussing the Fertility Workplace Pledge – January 2023
Featured on Sky News
Our co-founder, Natalie, featured on Sky News during National Fertility Awareness Week discussing the findings from Zurich UK.
Featured on BBC News
Our co-founder Natalie Silverman was in conversation with BBC News discussing the Fertility Treatment: Employment Rights Bill and the impact the proposed bill could have on people’s lives.
Featured on This Morning
During Fertility Awareness week 2021, we were delighted to be mentioned during a phone in talking about how hard IVF is. You can watch Dr Larisa Corda and Holly Willoughby discussing it here.
Guest Post for Grazia
‘Workplaces Need To Support Women Like Me Who Go Through IVF At Work’
Guest Post for Business & Industry
Why do conversations around fertility matter at work?
Featured on Marie Claire UK
A campaign to give IVF couples statutory time off has reached parliament
Featured on inews.co.uk
The physical toll of IVF: Swollen ovaries, bruising and injections in public toilets
Featured on Daily Mail Online
NHS staff given time off for fertility treatment as proposed IVF law goes before Parliament
Featured on HuffPost UK
Featured on The Times
Featured on BBC Woman's Hour
Becky talks to Emma Barnett about the importance of fertility in the workplace
Featured on inews.co.uk
‘If you support employees through IVF, you’ll get more out of them – but only one in five workplaces do it’
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