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Empathy

Support for Loss

163 W 23rd Street
New York, NY 10011

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About Empathy

We’re on a mission to change the way the world deals with loss and help employees bring their whole selves back to work.

We believe that loss should be less of a burden for every family. It should be less confusing, inefficient, expensive, and emotionally draining. That’s why we built Empathy – to meet families where they are, put the control back in their hands, and give them practical tools to navigate the hardest time in their lives.

As founders with families of our own – and our own histories of loss – we consider it our responsibility and our privilege to help anyone dealing with the loss of a loved one, to save them time, money, and emotional pain.

We therefore have made a commitment to always keep families and their best interests at the forefront of everything we do as a company, with transparency, compassion, and responsiveness to their needs.

Loss is very hard. But we’re dedicated to making it a bit less hard, for everyone, every day.

Products by Empathy

By Empathy

Bereavement Leave - Administrative & Emotional Support

With programs that support them through grief and estate issues, Empathy is designed to help your team members and their families find balance during one of life's most challenging moments. Administrative Support: - Funeral planning - Probate & estates - Bills & debt - Claiming benefits -... Read more »

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Content by Empathy

The Cost of Dying - Examining the True Cost of Bereavement in America

The Cost of Dying - Examining the True Cost of Bereavement in America

The Cost of Dying - Examining the True Cost of Bereavement in America

By Empathy

In this report, Empathy takes a deep look at the true and unexpected costs incurred when a loved one passes away in America—by the family members left behind, by employers and by society at large. The monetary costs are significant but the toll extends far beyond to mental stress,...
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Bereavement Care Guide

Bereavement Care Guide

Bereavement Care Guide

By Empathy

Loss-related tasks require hundreds of hours of work, and they can last for a very long time—an average of 13 months. Read our Bereavement Guide to understand what bereaved employees need most
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Clients of Empathy

  • New York Life Insurance Company
  • Guardian