Grief often begins long before death. When a life-limiting diagnosis is given, grief can begin. When the loved one is declining, grief may increase. When the loved one is in pain and suffering, grief may amplify. We also understand that the months following a death can be difficult and confusing.
We are here for you and committed to providing you with support as you walk this journey of grief.
Dealing with Death & Grief in the Workplace – Employers
Many times, significant life or work changes contain elements of loss that can be overwhelming and very devastating. Events specific to the workplace include downsizing, reduction-in-force, layoffs, mergers and promotions; these can all potentially produce grief-like...
Dealing with Death & Grief in the Workplace – Employees
Introduction - Grief & Loss in the Workplace These days, most people spend more of their waking hours at the workplace than at home. People who work together may become close like an extended family. Therefore when a colleague dies or one is grieving a death or a...
Grief in the Workplace: An Outline for Helping
The first step in dealing with a death in an institution or workplace is to stop the normal activities and reschedule them so that employees can come together to share their thoughts and feelings. Depending on the organization, this moratorium will take different...
The Bereaved Caregiver in the Workplace
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