Funeral Home Operation Study

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Running head: FUNERAL HOME OPERATIONSFuneral Home OperationName of StudentName of the UniversityAuthor Note
1FUNERAL HOME OPERATIONSIntroductionThe funeral services aim to provide family centered funeral services in which they aim toundertake the appropriate ceremony as well as rituals. These kinds of services provide a creativeprocess for the bereaved by honoring the unique personality of the deceased person (Korai,Bernard and Nizar Souiden 175). The various factors that contribute to the change processeswithin the funeral services would be explored. The various required change processes in thefuneral services would be discussed. The future trends in the funeral industry would also beexplored.DiscussionThe funeral services aim to encourage as well as inspire the grief healing through theprocess of continuing care. Such services are aimed to assist the families of the deceased with thehelp of providing personal final tributes. The funeral operators should understand the existingproblems before actually deciding if a change process is needed (Wang, Chih-Hung and Meng-Shuang Lee). There arevarious factorsthat contribute to the change processes in the funeralservices. There are high costs involved with the funeral operation in which there is considerableincrease in the operational costs. There are often fraudulent prepaid funeral plans in which thebereaved parties are often extracted more amount of money (Kellerman, Bert et al. 298). One ofthe most important factors that lead to change in the funeral service center is the high level ofenvironmental pollution in the surrounding areas of the crematoriums or cemeteries. It isimportant to implement a safe and protective crematorium or cemetery which would provideleast hassle to the surrounding population. There are also growing cases of mismanagement of
2FUNERAL HOME OPERATIONSthe cemetery services in which the consumers are often abused for cancelling their contracts.There are often instances of problems associated with the prepaid funeral plan in which there areissues with the funding. The cemeteries often have an issue with the burial ground and the highlevel of smoke which is generated from the burial process.There are severalchangesthat need to be incorporated in the funeral services. Theunethical product sales should be stopped. The consumers are often pitched to take mostexpensive caskets. This should be stopped and the consumers should be shown more affordablemodels as per their choice (Blayac, Thierry et al. 423-425). The consumers should be madeaware that they would not be charged anything if they engage in purchasing cascades elsewhere(Blayac, Thierry et al. 423-425). The management of the funeral homes should stop the use oftactics to sell the unnecessary items needed for funeral such as rubber gaskets for the purpose ofsealing of the caskets at various levels of inflated prices. This would allow the consumers to trustthe funeral home services. This would also lead to more number of services that would be opt bythe customers, which would in turn increase the revenue generation of the crematorium services.The demands of the external environment also focus on the fact that there are hugedemands forgreen burials(Wenzel, Matthias et al. 363-367). The ordinary burials use poisonous“embalming” fluids and cement vaults which damage the external environment. The sealedcascades are proving a threat for the external environment. This is the reason that biodegradablecaskets should be used to make the cremation process as natural as possible (Blayac, Thierry etal. 423-425). There is an increasing green burial alternative that mixes cremated human remainswith the cement mixture. This is being done by placing the object under the water mixture so thatit mixes with the natural environment. The consumers should be fostered to purchase goods as
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