JournalJournal of Employee Assistance
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AbstractIt’s a human trait to eschew thoughts of our natural, ultimate end. People are often more comfortable talking about extraordinary dramatic ends, as they are unlikely to happen to them. This innate reluctance to consider death for oneself or for employees leaves HR, managers, and corporate leadership challenged in the wake of an employee death. With the lack of protocols in the workplace and no other allied counseling professionals to provide workplace support, this is an opportunity for EAPs to make a difference. Bereavement assistance within the worksite is a distinguishing and valuable service a qualified EAP can provide.
CitationCarton, B. (2022). Bereavement Sessions: An Opportunity for EAPs. Journal of Employee Assistance. 53(3), 18-21.
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