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Understand how to better manage grief in the workplace this National Grief Awareness Week

Grief is something that we will all go through at some point in our life after experiencing a loss. While there is no ‘right way’ to grieve, what everyone agrees on is that sadness must be expressed and discussed in a way that is compassionate. Nobody should be alone in their grief.

As we get closer to Christmas, it may become more obvious who in your workforce is grieving – because there’s no set timescale to feel better when it can feel like their whole world has been pulled out from under them.   Knowing how to manage bereavement in the workplace can have a really positive impact on employee welbeing.

Getting involved in National Grief Awareness Week (4-8 December) is a meaningful way to support those who are grieving and contribute to breaking down the barriers surrounding grief, because we’re all #BetterTogether. There are two upcoming webinars to help raise awareness of this, and how to manage grief.

Thrive at Work and Cruise Bereavement Support – Managing Grief in the workplace – Webinar
Tuesday 5th December
10am to 11am
Online webinar

45 min presentation, 15 min Q&A

This one hour session will inform you how to manage bereavement in the workplace and how your responses can have a positive impact on wellbeing.

Cruse Bereavement Support and Thrive at Work will help you to gain an understanding of:

how grief impacts performance, absence, retention and morale
good practice around returning to work following a bereavement
how to communicate effectively and compassionately with someone who is grieving
the importance of creating a supportive workplace for all employees.

Find out more.

Good Grief Trust – Compassionate Bereavement Support in the Workplace
Monday 4th December
Online webinar

This ‘Good is Great’ webinar will help you to understand how to build a culture of compassionate bereavement support in the workplace.

Find out more.