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.
For almost 40 years, the Cremation Association of North America (CANA) has provided the gold standard for Crematory Operations Certification in the industry.
Selected Independent Funeral Homes would like to announce its 2023 calendar list of upcoming events which includes Job Fairs, meetings, Group Roundtables, and others.
The 2023 National Funeral Directors Association’s (NFDA) Virtual Cremation Success Seminar, taking place February 16 and 17, will arm funeral service professionals with a better understanding of the needs of families that prefer cremation.
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National Funeral Directors Association members are invited to enter for their chance to participate in the association’s transformational Meet the Mentors program, which will take place March 12-14, 2023, in Atlanta, Georgia.
Finding work-life balance can be especially difficult at this time of year. Between holiday obligations, an already demanding career—and now a newly-developing “tri-demic”—taking time to care for yourself can seem impossible.
More than many other professions, funeral service is a calling to serve families facing some of their most difficult days. Yet, the funeral profession faces an employment crisis as people change careers. Why?
The Cremation Association of North America (CANA) has developed a new training program to help find the opportunity in cremation, grow staff’s confidence to serve all families with compassion, and support a business’s sustainability.
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?