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Articles Regarding Funeral Homes and Cemeteries




HR Reality Check – Yep, the Stories are True! HR Case Study #11

HR Reality Check – Yep, the Stories are True! HR Case Study #11

by Stephanie Ramsey

The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 Mason Funeral Service is a 500-call funeral business located in the Central Northwest region of the United States. The business is family owned and managed by Donald and Cindy Mason. Don and Cindy have 10 full-time employees and a large roster of part-time employees they call upon […]

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Investigating Harassment: Policy + Procedure

Investigating Harassment: Policy + Procedure

by Stephanie Ramsey

Sexual harassment in the workplace continues to be a trending topic in the United States. While many would like to believe that harassment is not taking place in the funeral industry, in fact, this industry has not escaped these incidents. Various lawsuits have been filed against family-owned and international funeral businesses. Many funeral businesses understand […]

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Trending Employment Law

Trending Employment Law

by Stephanie Ramsey

Employment laws are always changing, and can vary from state to state and even from one locality to another. There are a number of “hot topics” the people who run funeral homes, cemeteries and crematories need to be aware of. In the United States, employment laws seem to change as frequently as most people change […]

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How to Become an Influential Business: Train Your Staff

How to Become an Influential Business: Train Your Staff

by Steve Zittle

We all want to think that our funeral home offers the best service when compared to our competitors. We want to assume that the work coming out of our prep room is superior as well. Why would you be in business if your goal was to be second or third best in your market? How […]

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Cemetery Impossible – Exempt, non-exempt and contracted workers

Cemetery Impossible – Exempt, non-exempt and contracted workers

by Dan Isard

Dear Dan, I manage a 100-year-old 80-acre cemetery. I employ about 30 people. My father retired about 10 years ago, and I admit I am doing things much the way he did. I also admit that the world is evolving, and I suspect my human resource knowledge is weak. Dad always treated our sales team […]

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