The Career Cycle became the theme of EFNI 2022. How to join the program for employers?


The EFNI Talks panel was attended by Joanna Maliszewska-Mazek and Grzegorz Łaguna.

During the meeting, the representatives of Kulczyk Foundation presented the most important data on menstrual health and showed how to create a friendly workplace. They also answered the question why noticing the differences between the sexes and the ability to respond to their needs really increases the company's chances for development.

All participants of the meeting received from us packages that contained key information about the program, a data package on menstrual health in the workplace and a sanitary pad. During the forum itself, we also equipped the toilets with menstrual agents available to all conference participants.

Companies that took part in EFNI were invited by the Kulczyk Foundation to participate in the #CareerCycle program.

You can find out more about the new initiative of the Foundation addressed to employers here:


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