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Empathy for Employers

Support Your Employees with Empathy

With programs that support them through grief and estate issues, Empathy is designed to help your team members and their families find balance during one of life's most challenging moments.

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Support that goes beyond bereavement leave
Closing accounts app screen
Administrative Support
Funeral planning
Probate & estates
Bills & debt
Claiming benefits
Closing accounts
Day-to-day tasks
Emotional support app screen
Emotional Support
Grief guidance
Returning to work
Daily check-ins
Enduring feelings
Dealing with family
Maintaining routine
Our Approach
Peace of mind for you and them
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For You
The next step in benefits
Current plans support workers at other life-cycle events. Give them the help they really need most.
Boost productivity
Let them focus and set them up for success by reducing anxiety, stress, and burnout due to loss.
Improve retention
Ensure they know that you want them back, and back at 100%.
Build trust and engagement
Workers who feel seen and supported in tough times stay engaged the rest of the time.
Compassionate culture
Send a clear message of care and respect, growing loyalty and morale.
For Them
All the guidance and tools families need to tackle any challenge they face.
Everyone goes through loss in their own way. Our support is tailored to each employee’s specific situation.
We meet employees where they are, empowering them with tools and knowledge without pressure or judgment.
Complex tasks are simplified so employees can spend less time on logistics and more processing their emotions and getting back on their feet.
Always there
Employees can access all the features whenever they need, on their own schedule, along with 24/7 real-time support.
Our partnership with Empathy highlights the breadth of bereavement programs and tools available to our clients and their employees.
Our partnership with Empathy highlights the breadth of bereavement programs and tools available to our clients and their employees.
— Meghan Shea, Vice President and Head of Strategy, Product and Marketing at New York Life Group Benefit Solutions
The Cost of Dying Report 2022
Examining the true impact of bereavement in America

Created in collaboration with world-renowned experts

Empathy’s uniquely effective approach to loss was built in partnership with a range of industry experts, including world-renowned experts in grief and loss, leading trusts and estates law firms, top innovators in consumer tech and data security, and many others.

David KesslerDavid KesslerChief Empathy OfficerGrief expert and author of Finding Meaning: “The Sixth Stage of Grief”
BJ MillerBJ MillerEmpathy advisorPalliative care physician and co-author of “A Beginner’s Guide to the End”
Mary O’ReillyMary O’ReillyPartner, Meltzer, Lippe, Goldstein & Breitstone, LLPDistinguished Trusts & Estates attorney and prominent estate planning lecturer

Proven to help teams like yours when they need it, how they need it

92% feel better
Empathy families report feeling better after using our services.
189 hours saved*
With Empathy, families get valuable time back.
$3,007 cost savings*
Families avoid costly mistakes and expensive consultations.
4.6/5.0 star rating
Our users feel heard, understood, and supported.
*on average, per family.
Google Play Best Apps of 2021

Human compassion, supercharged by technology

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Finding a way to cope with sleepless nights
Joseph, 62, grieving his wife
All day I’m OK. It’s the nights that get you. When it’s 3 a.m., 4 a.m., I feel like the only person in the world. Watching TV doesn’t help. I can’t pay attention—all I can think about is my wife, and the big empty bed. I started listening to audio episodes on the Empathy app, to hear a friendly voice and not have the pressure to talk. Right away, I feel less alone. I’ve learned a lot about grief—and I share the episodes with my daughters. We’ve also been using the family collaboration features in the app, so they can help me with all the decisions we need to make about my wife’s belongings and accounts. But it’s nice to have something positive to share with them, too.
See how Empathy can work for you
Bereavement care is crucial. Give your team the guidance and support they deserve.