Here are four keys to helping you’re your employee’s grief and easing them back into the workplace resiliently after losing a loved one. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Chances are employees who are dealing with grief from losing a loved one have carried that hardship with them into the office, even if they’re not showing it. Employers typically offer just one to two paid weeks off, while FMLA law requires employers to grant three months of unpaid leave. However, grief doesn’t just end at the two-week or three-month mark.

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