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And work should be the last thing people have to worry about after a loss.
This Grief Awareness Day, advocate for expanded bereavement and compassionate leave in your workplace
Whether you’ve lost a loved one or suffered a pregnancy loss, our Employee Toolkit has key recommendations that you can bring to your workplace to champion expanded leave today.
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For HR Leaders
Best-in-class workplaces, big and small, are expanding their leave policies after loss. Our HR toolkit has what you need to drive meaningful change in your organization.
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Write to your HR or workplace leaders today and advocate for expanded bereavement leave and compassionate leave with our pre-written email template.
“My father died after almost a year of serious illness. Though my coworkers and supervisors are fantastic and supported me through the end of his life and after, other than the three days of bereavement, the rest of the time I needed to take off came from vacation time or was unpaid. This is not right.”FIND WAYS TO ENGAGE ON SOCIAL HERE
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