The well-being of female employees is supported by the new DEI program of Publicis Groupe Hungary

By: Trademagazin Date: 2024. 05. 24. 12:01

The program introduced in May, within the framework of the European Diversity Month, is an integral part of the company’s DEI, well-being and open corporate communication strategy this year, and is aimed specifically at providing support to female employees who struggle with the challenges of painful menstruation or menopause. Organizations such as Nyitottak Vagyunk, Endometriosis Magyarország, Menopause-friendly Workplace and CMF Medical provide professional support in shaping the company’s workplace and social attitudes.

Hungary’s largest creative, media, production and digital agency continues and expands its DEI program. Last week, Publicis Groupe Hungary presented its support program for female employees in the spirit of further strengthening the open and inclusive corporate culture and supporting individual employee needs. The initiative sets a new standard in terms of inclusion and women’s well-being, as the program specifically supports female workers facing painful menstruation or menopause-related challenges. Although every female colleague is affected to a different degree, during the affected periods, for example, the fine-tuning necessary to work at home or in the office can be of great help in alleviating symptoms, and also strengthens an inclusive and stigma-free company culture where women feel valued and supported about their menstrual cycle during.

“At Publicis Groupe Hungary, we firmly believe that our differences represent value. In order to create an inclusive workplace environment, we must also take into account the different unique needs of our employees. Women can face many emotional and physical challenges during their menstrual cycle or menopause. We would like to during these periods to provide a supportive environment and tangible help with which we not only support our female colleagues, but also promote open communication and a workplace environment free of judgment and stigma.”

– said Zsófia Komáromi, Chief Talent Officer of Publicis Groupe Hungary.

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