How has your workplace treated bereaved parents?

Bereaved parents are now entitled to two weeks’ paid leave from work under the new Jack’s Law.

We want to hear from bereaved parents who had to juggle the grief, trauma and practicalities of their child’s death with the demands of their employers. What could your employers have done to make your experience more bearable or did you feel supported at work – and if so, what helped? What difference would Jack’s Law have made for you – would it have been enough?

We also want to hear from parents in countries who do it differently: is there an approach that offers parents all the support they need?

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