What Does It Mean to Be a Grief-Informed Workplace?

April 8th, 2024 | | 34:54
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As those who have experienced loss know, grieving for a family member or close friend doesn’t end when it’s time to go back to work.

In the aftermath of the pandemic, many employers are building grief-informed strategies to better support their workforce during the grieving process. On this episode of the Business Group on Health podcast, Meghan Riordan Jarvis, a clinical psychotherapist and advocate for addressing grief, shares how employers can acknowledge and respond to grief at work with intention, and expands our definition of grief to include unresolved loss in the workplace.

Thank you to today’s episode sponsor Abett.

Guest: Meghan Riordan Jarvis | Clinical Psychotherapist and Author of The End of the Hour

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