Bereavement leave is a time off work to grieve and recover from a loss or shock. A person may take bereavement leave when an immediate family member or relative dies or after the birth of a child. Some countries also provide it following any close relative’s violent or accidental death. The period that one can take off varies by country, employer, and company policy.
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