Annual losses due to grief and trauma that enter the workplace.
Absenteeism costs about $1,685 per employee.
1 out of 5
10-20% of your employees will experience of complicated grief.
1 out of 3
33% of Americans are grieving a Coronavirus related loss right now. Your employees have certainly been affected. We've developed a mini-course to help all businesses and managers deal with some of the grief from this crisis.
Free, for all those affected by this pandemic.
Death, Loss, and Grief
Those three little words are fundamental to life; every single person will experience them. They bring us closer together with common bonds than anything else. Yet, they are the most uncomfortable thing to talk about in the workplace.
Why is that?
Historically, it was expected that grief and sadness be left at home while one was at work. As we all know, that just isn't the case in the modern workplace.
In fact, the best we've been able to do is hide it from plain view. We've cloaked it in busy work, staying late, over-working or missing work, disguising it in anger, burying it in alcoholism or food...but no matter which way we chose to hide it from view,
We've managed it the same.
It's time to take an in-depth look at how we've been mismanaging grief and the simple things we can start doing today to improve the lives of our employees and culture.
Start learning everything you'll need to know about how to talk and support your grieving employees.
Documents, activities, and other materials to prepare for your unique industry and situation so that you're never caught off guard.
Weekly interactive webinars to ask and get answers to tough questions that will come up in your specific industry.
Things to NEVER Say
Let's talk about some things that we should never say to a colleague at work who has just had a loss.
Tune into our webinar to learn things you can do right now to support your employees.
Knowing how to support others in grief will help in all areas of your life.
Hire us to come talk to your entire management team about the things they don't want to talk about.
Grief in America's Workplace
How can grief can effect your employees and work environment?
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The Best Course on Grief
Get started on the right path by learning from the best course on managing grief in the world.
Build Relevant Skills
Knowing how to respond and what to say to a grieving person will help you in all areas of your life.
We'll come to your business to conduct in-person workshops with hands-on learning and training for all your management.
Retain Your Most Valuable Employees
When you know how to support your most valuable employees, they are more likely to stay engaged in your business.
Nothing in business is static; the same applies to grief. Grief is ever changing, ever evolving, as is how we manage it and comply with HR requirements. Stay up to date with all the latest changes.
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Grief doesn't have to be an uncomfortable subject. We can learn to support one another, and with just a little effort here and there, we can collectively save billions of dollars.