- Nolonwabo Mahanjana
- Company Culture
Being part of the Wealth Migrate team means we're here for the ups and the downs.
Compassionate leave is for when our team members experience a major event in the circumstances within their family lives.
This could be the loss of a loved one, a divorce, or a serious life changing injury or disease.
We can't shut out our grief at the office door and then pick it up after five. When our hearts are sore and broken, our heads do not work right.
We encourage you to take at least 3 - 6 days off for bereavement leave, depending on the situation.
There is no golden rule for Bereavement leave, and we do not have a rigid policy. Our bereavement leave is leave on full pay.
Bereavement leave is for each significant event, and not calculated on an annual or set time period.
If you feel that you need more than 6 days, then please talk to your team leaders and Team and Culture team to find other ways we can support you or create more time.
About the author
Nolonwabo Mahanjana a front-end software engineer at Wealth Migrate. Her passion is to give back to the community spending her Saturdays helping ex-mine workers to claim their unpaid benefits.