Bereavement leave is the last thing that any of us want to think about, but it is important to understand your employer's bereavement leave policy if someone in your immediate family was to sadly pass away.
At a time of grief, you won't want to be fretting over how much bereavement pay you will receive or second-guessing when you are expected to return to work. Instead, you will need time with your family and friends to process your loss and to grieve.
Thankfully, companies that offer bereavement pay and support tend to appreciate the importance of tending to their employees' well-being.
There are clear, identifiable bereavement leave policies, although there is usually enough compassion and understanding to give line managers some flexibility.
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