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'KNOWING A WORKPLACE IS SYMPATHETIC TO DISCUSSING GRIEF MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE'

According to bereavement charity Cruse, one in 10 people in the UK is likely to be affected by bereavement at any one time. Amy Green, operations manager at Cruse, discusses grief in the workplace, and the importance of providing employees with the appropriate support.

11th June 2020
What effect does grief have on a workplace? The death of a loved one or someone close is one of the hardest things a person will go through, and bringing that into the workplace without letting it affect your day-to-day work can be tough. While some employees will manage to cope with it reasonably well, others will struggle. Bereaved employees may, understandably, be distant,...
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