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GRIEF IN THE WORKPLACE
If you are, will be or have been and are interested in resources and information on Grief and Loss for Caregivers , one suggestion by caregiver members of our community is:
WORKPLACE & GRIEF:
https://www.peoplemanagement.co.uk/news/articles/support-bereaved-employees-insufficient-study-finds - “Study finds support for bereaved employees insufficient”
https://www.hrdive.com/news/how-can-hr-help-workers-grapple-with-the-death-of-a-colleague/548178/ - - “How can HR help workers grapple with the death of a colleague? It won't be an easy process, one expert told HR Dive, but management can help grieving employees and honor those who've been lost”
https://www.abc.net.au/life/how-to-deal-with-grief-at-work/9957264 - “Grief in the workplace: How to handle death, loss and trauma”
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/oct/25/my-workplace-was-supportive-after-a-traumatic-abortion-this-should-be-normal - “My workplace was supportive after a traumatic abortion. This should be normal”
https://www.fastcompany.com/90331463/why-isnt-bereavement-leave-mainstream-yet - “Why isn’t bereavement leave mainstream yet”
http://www.bbc.com/capital/story/20180912-when-a-pet-dies-should-you-be-allowed-time-off-work - “When a pet dies, Should you be allowed time off work?”
http://www.startribune.com/nonprofit-s-new-service-helps-grieving-parents-return-to-work/508193732/ - “grieving parents function at 30 percent of capacity for the first 30 days and slightly more than 60 percent for the first six months after a child's death or after their child's "medically complex diagnosis. The average economic loss for an employer — and this is just related to grieving parents not parents with sick kids — is just under $50,000"
“Every year, 4 million active US employees experience the death of a loved one. Every year, 10 to 15% of working aged adults in America lose a child. Every year in the US, over 1 million women miscarry and another 26,000 experience a stillbirth. At any one time in any given workplace in the US, one out of every four employees is grieving the loss of a loved one” - https://youtu.be/SH6x-cjTD6M?t=3
What Happens When You Loose Your Business Partner/Spouse?
Below are some articles suggested by members who have lost their business partner/spouse:
https://www.fastcompany.com/90179919/this-is-what-helped-me-take-over-as-ceo-after-my-husband-died - This is What Helped Me Take Over as CEO after my Husband died
https://www.theguardian.com/small-business-network/2017/apr/13/grief-widowed-women-entrepreneurs-support-networks - Grief takes a backseat for widowed entrepreneurs
https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/321915 - “How to Handle a Personal Crisis as a Female CEO. When a catastrophe happens in your life, it's important to take care of yourself so your business can thrive”
https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/225558 - Six Tips to Keep Your Business Going After Losing Your Partner
GROUPS, ORGANIZATIONS, CHURCHES, COMMUNITIES and CORPORATIONS:
The My Grief Angels team of staff and volunteers works with Communities, Churches, Corporations, Organizations and other groups to put together comprehensive and customized online grief support resources, education and services for their members, residents, employees, customers, suppliers, and others worldwide.
We work with Corporations and Organizations to provide employees dealing with the loss of a loved one with customized programs that help the individual employee; their family; their work colleagues and the employers throughout the grieving process.
"My partner and I both felt the loss deeply, but while I sent condolences to her family and expressed heartfelt grief, he turned his grief into action. He flew to the family’s side, assisted with funeral arrangements, and established a scholarship to educate her child. He did all this quietly and without fanfare. His decisive actions put my expressions of sympathy to shame."
Joel Peterson, Chairman, JetBlue Airways, Professor, Stanford GSB
"Any sadness a friend’s question might stir is far offset by the joy of knowing that they care and recognize your grieving. Talking about loss is cathartic and an important step in the healing process. By asking, you help your friend grieve."
Great Falls Tribune/USA Today Network
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