Introduce ‘ bereavement first aiders’ in workplace, employers urged

Bereavement “first aiders” should be trained by employers to help people in the workplace who are struggling with grief, a charity has said.

Research by Sue Ryder, which provides palliative, neurological and bereavement assistance, suggests the majority of UK adults are not getting any formal support after the loss of a loved one.

The charity is calling for an “open, honest national conversation” about grief and has urged the Government to look into the availability of bereavement services.

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