How to Support the Full Lives of Employees Including a Grief Inclusive Work Culture

Brooke James (she/her)
Founder, Host, Producer of The Grief Coach (
Cara McCarty Abbott (she/her)
Founder & CEO of Betterleave
Dr. Ben Medrano (he/him)
Medical Director at NUE Life
Eleasha Drew (she/her)
Team Lead, Account Coordinator, former Co-Lead for Mental Health Coalition at MikMak
Savannah L. Barker (she/her)
Head of People at Untapped

Join us as our thought leaders share how to support the full lives of employees including a grief inclusive work culture. We'll discuss how to offer full support for your employee, team member, and/or friend as they experience grief at work.

The stats:

  • 42%+ of employees want bereavement assistance if offered family care benefits
  • 77%+ of employers will be increasing family care benefits over the next three years
  • It takes over 500 hours to settle affairs after losing a loved one, yet according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average bereavement leave offered by employers is only three to five days.