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Written by Jenny Goldade

 

A common thing that workers across all professions feel like they don’t have enough of is time. This is especially true for the funeral profession, as you wear many hats. And as we continue to navigate this new normal, funeral directors need even more time to come up with creative ways to honor lives. So, what’s the solution? 

 

Let us help your funeral home save time! With our products and services, you can cut down on the time it takes to complete certain tasks. Then, you can use this valuable time for other important duties. 

 

First, let’s go over some time-saving tips that you can implement into your funeral home. 

 

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Four Time-Saving Tips for Funeral Directors to Implement into Their Funeral Home 

In addition to investing in time-saving solutions, there are some simple changes you can make in your funeral home. By establishing an organization system and clear job duties, your firm will have even more success using your time-saving solutions.  

 

Below are four time-saving tips related to your day-to-day operations that you can start doing today: 

  1. Create an organization system. This goes for both your physical and digital files. By having an organized system that everyone understands, you can cut down on the time it takes to find necessary documents and files. 
  2. Establish clear job duties. Make sure all your staff members understand what tasks they’re expected to complete. This way, no one needs to scramble to get something done before the family arrives for the arrangement conference or service. 
  3. Have attainable goals. In addition to your staff understanding their job duties, they should have set goals in mind. This way, they can complete the task in a way that meets and exceeds expectations. 
  4. Make time for self-care. Not making time for self-care can lead to burnout. To avoid this, take time for your wellbeing. Set aside 30 minutes a day for doing a relaxing activity, such as taking a walk or reading a book.

How Frazer-Powered Funeral Home Websites Save Funeral Directors Time 

Let a Frazer-powered website help save your funeral home time! Instead of wasting time with double data entry, the integrations with the top funeral software eliminate this need. Just enter the information for an obituary once and use it to create memorial products, funeral stationery, and more! 

 

Instead of starting from the beginning with families, let them start the funeral planning process online. With built-in forms for preplanning, families can have a starting point when they come to your staff. This way, they have an idea in mind of their funeral wants and needs. In turn, your staff also has more ideas for funeral personalization. 

 

Instead of waiting around for the funeral payment, get paid faster and easier. With Tribute Pay, families have multiple ways to pay, including credit card processing, eCheck, crowdfunding, loans, and life insurance assignments. Since Tribute Pay is located directly on your website, it saves time for everyone involved. Families can even make funeral payments from the comfort of their own time, saving your staff the time it would take for an in-person meeting. 

 

How Our Social Media Packages Save Your Funeral Home Valuable Time 

Let our social media packages help you save time with managing your social media accounts! We’ve mentioned the importance of having a social media presence many times. However, we understand that you have other tasks that need to take priority over this. But this doesn’t mean that your social media accounts should be forgotten. 

 

With our social media packages, let us take managing your social media accounts off your plate! Depending on the package you choose, our staff will post on your behalf. Funeral directors are experts at funeral planning, so let our social media experts handle your social media accounts. This way, you can focus your time on what matters most: caring for the families you serve.