Our new infographic shows key insights that can help you get a better understanding of women’s health issues in the workplace.

Today, half of all women who experience heart attacks have their symptoms go unrecognized.1 Women are also less likely than men to receive the timely treatments and medications they need.1

A long history of inadequate recognition and support of women’s health still affects women today. This is slowly beginning to change.

Download and share our new women’s health infographic – Working together to support women’s health and read our Bright Paper report. These resources can help you understand how you can support women’s unique health needs through your group benefits plan. You can make women feel supported in your workplace. This will help you attract and retain top-tier talent.

Questions? We’re here to help.

Please contact your Sun Life Group Benefits representative.

1 Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, “System failure: Healthcare inequities continue to leave women’s heart and brain health behind,” 2023