Penny A. Hazelton, Hot Topic: Grief in the Workplace, 45 Law Libr. Lights 1 (2001), https://digitalcommons.law.uw.edu/faculty-articles/549
Law Library Lights
In our death-denying culture, grief is a personal thing not shared with others. I believe that the events of September 11 have made us recognize that we cannot leave grief at the doorstep of our workplaces. Many of us were at work when the stories broke that day. Whether our grief is caused by the acts of terrorism or has a more personal context, we cannot deny that the symptoms of grief create stresses that affect people and, therefore, the work in our libraries.