Sign up to our upcoming webinars and workshops, and watch previous sessions. You'll gain insightful tips and best practice on how to equip managers, communicate with families, and look after bereaved colleagues.

Upcoming workshops

How to define a carer, carers’ rights at work, how to talk about caring and how to set up practical and peer support

Supporting care workers through grief at work

Are you a care professional? Discover how to support yourself and your colleagues when faced with grief - join our upcoming workshops for employees working in the health and social care sectors. 

This practical and interactive workshop is recommended for people managing and supporting frontline staff, who may frequently experience loss in their roles.

Click 'find out more' for details on date, time, content and how to book.

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Previous webinars

How to talk about death at work

On Thursday 11 May, Compassionate Employers hosted a webinar on 'How to talk about death at work' for Dying Matters Awareness Week.  

The session featured Simon Blake, CEO Mental Health First Aid England, Aongola Victor Simuyemba, Bereavements Lead at Monzo and Faith Holloway, Compassionate Employers Programme Lead at Hospice UK and provided practical advice, tips and tricks on how to start workplace conversations on this often taboo subject. 

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Death in Service Webinar with Aviva

On Tuesday 22 March, Compassionate Employers hosted a webinar with Andy Whalley, UK People Advice Consultant at Aviva, to share their death in service guide, as well as tips, guidance, and best practice for supporting your organisation through a death in service. 

Aviva is the first recipient of the Compassionate Employers Gold Award.

Click here to download the Death in Service template guide

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Bereavement at Work Experts Panel

On Tuesday 6th December 2022, Compassionate Employers hosted a Bereavement at Work Experts Panel to mark National Grief Awareness Week.

The panel included:

•    Laura Barrett, Bereavement Support Worker at St Oswald's Hospice.
•    Daniel Callaghan, Employer Branding at Capital One 
•    Harley Cunningham, Internal Bereavement Consultant at Virgin Media 02
•    Samantha Langford, MSc Bereavement Lead at Let's Improve Workplace Wellbeing

Watch the recording