Bereavement | Amazon worker 'fired' after spending extra hour with dying relative

Amazon worker 'fired' after spending extra hour with dying relative

Taking care of a dying relative is a distressing time for everyone particularly when you couple that with trying to juggle a job and getting paid at the same time.

While each employee will undoubtedly have their own way of dealing with grief, it is important for employers to give them the right support to help them through the difficult times and allow them the time off that they are entitled to in order to come to terms with the heartache.

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