Up For Hire — Choosing The Right Employee Part II

First impressions are just that — something you get only one chance with which to shine or fail.

Holidays And Bereavement

One of your primary roles as a funeral director is to help get your client’s through grief as compassionately and professionally as possible.

Up For Hire — Choosing The Right Employee Part I

In a small workplace setting, such as in the funeral business, one employee can often have a large impact on everyone.

Organ Donors — The Last Gift

Whether or not to become an organ donor is something most people will consider in their lifetimes.

Memory Keepers: The First Role Of A Funeral Director

How can you help to make your client’s experience unique to the memory of their loved ones?

Room For Renewal: Improving Restroom Facilities In Funeral Homes

As a funeral director, you can be of great benefit to your client’s needs by enhancing each aspect of your establishment’s facilities.

Death & Dying in the Digital Age Call for Papers

The 2011 CDAS summer conference will examine how new interactive digital technologies affect the social relationships of those who are dying, mourners and descendants.

Final Arrangements And The Do-It-Yourselfers

The age of self-help and how-to is in full swing.

DDD 10 International Conference

The Tenth Death, Dying and Disposal Conference (DDD10) will be held at Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands, on 9-12 September 2011.

Literary Undertakers Part III

Eugene’s brother Luke asks Hines to help them pick out a coffin, and he immediately takes on the role of salesman extraordinaire…