Any tips for new funeral workers?

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#1 Thu, 05/31/2018 - 10:14pm
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Any tips for new funeral workers?

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Hey, in sum I've graduated a year ago and I'm already starting to do almost everything but funeral counseling, which means I do embalming, cremations, transports, funeral directing and other tasks. I've been in dire need of being understood through the path of learning, as I work with older colleagues who do not relate with my situation. As a young grasshopper in my 20's, constantly falling with minor mistakes here and there that however accumulates over time, especially amongst colleagues, as well as having a lot to learn to just even get to a base of knowledge, do you have any tips for new people in the domain?

I'd like to know if it took you years to master something like mouth formation to dealing with families in tragic grief, or hell if it took you years to even just grasp your job, because I'm having a tough time even focusing at work when I am in constant fear of forgetting something or doing something wrong under little time.

I loved by the way the comment I once saw on your Facebook page saying 'You can take care of a thousand details, but if you miss one, everyone will look at that one.' , it's just so true.

Oh and, a sidenote question, what is your opinion on funeral cooperatives?

Thank you so much.

Wed, 04/17/2019 - 4:18am
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New tips for funeral workers,

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Mon, 12/02/2019 - 9:58am
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Being a funeral director can keep you very busy, the best advice I can give is set time aside for yourself.

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