If you’re grieving, a lack of support – or the wrong support – at work can make things so much worse during the hardest of times. It can leave you handling a flood of emotions, worries and uncertainties alone.
At Marie Curie, we know small, simple changes can make a big difference. We’re here to help you get the support you need.
From advice on asking for bereavement leave, returning to work and talking to your colleagues. Whatever your question about grief and work, we can help.
We understand that life can be challenging after a bereavement.
Have you recently lost someone and feel anxious about returning to the office soon?
Jane Murray, Bereavement Services Manager at the Marie Curie Hospice, Solihull outlines a few things to think about to make the process easier.
How to support a grieving colleague at work?
You might want to share our animation, which has tips on how to talk to someone who has been bereaved.
Are youtruggling with grief and need someone to talk to?
Call our free support line on 0800 090 2309. You can talk to a trained member of the team about practical and emotional concerns or get ongoing support from a bereavement volunteer. See our opening times.
Are you struggling with grief and need someone to talk to?