Friend Grief in the Workplace
They're friends and coworkers, so when they die, it's not only a personal and professional loss but a challenge: How can you grieve and get your work done, too? In the fifth book in the Friend Grief series, Friend Grief in the Workplace: More Than an Empty Cubicle you'll meet people whose friends were coworkers, too: in a TV newsroom, a rectory, a Broadway show and on a baseball diamond. In those stories and more, you'll learn how they met that challenge and continue to honor the friendships that lasted longer than 9-5.
"As is characteristic of all her books, Friend Grief in the Workplace is meticulously researched and highlights the lives of both celebrities and non-celebrities, giving specific examples of how friends have been impacted by the loss of a co-worker who often becomes a friend. In exposing the realities of workplace death and a company’s lack of protocol for dealing with it, she has increased awareness for both workers and their companies which can lead to a call to action. Since dealing with death is universal to all of us, her series will appeal to a wide range of people, including service providers, health care workers, clergy. Friend Grief in the Workplace would be a valuable resource for business owners". - Kathleen Pooler, author of Memoir Writer’s Journey