Women and non-binary individuals who want to build empathy, trust, confidence and resilience in their professional and personal lives should plan to attend the 2023 National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) Professional Women’s Conference.
The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in an unprecedented era for our nation and world. Situations and circumstances are constantly changing, prompting many of us to rethink or change traditional or normal elements of our lives — even the smallest gestures like hugs and handshakes are currently not deemed to be acceptable.
There are many podcast series that cover topics within the deathcare industry and are hosted by experts and outsiders alike.
When it rains, you want an umbrella. Luckily, every one of you has an umbrella to protect your firm.
The grief experience is often a private one, but it seems as if the media is turning a corner against the previously held notion that death and dying are “taboo” topics.
The National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) will begin accepting applications on Tuesday, March 1 for the 2022-23 National Emerging Leaders Program.
These days, everything is digital-first, including obituaries — but are you benefiting from your website as much as you can? Are you up to date on the latest ways users can memorialize their loved ones?
The holidays are a great time to curate feel-good content— and generate engagement from your followers. MKJ Marketing’s team of social media experts has compiled a list of ideas for your firm to consider.
I was able to apply as a “co-applicant” on behalf of several clients who had suffered a loss due to COVID and below is a synopsis of my experience so you can know what to expect in the process of applying and timeline for receiving a check.
It’s not so much a question of if your firm will be impacted by a power outage in the future, but when. Taking proactive steps in advance can greatly minimize the impact these unpredictable events can have on your funeral home.