As far as difficult work conversations go, talking about death with your colleagues is one of the most confronting topics. Bereavement and loss is something that everyone will go through in their life, yet in many ways, death remains a taboo subject that often goes unmentioned around the office.
Although it may be tough to talk about, there’s no reason why workplaces can’t be soft places to land for people going through periods of grief. This guide can help you navigate this difficult situation and provide the best level of care and compassion to your employee, with expert insights from Anita Hoare of the Australian Centre for Bereavement and Grief.
The guide covers:
- How to respond when an employee loses a loved one
- Common communication mistakes
- Understanding grieving styles
- How to help a grieving person return to work
- How to support your team when an employee passes away
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