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April 26, 2016 | Posted In: Learn & Grow, Connect, Faculty Staff Help Center, Health, WorkLife
As with our physical health, it can take regular practice and exercise to maintain our mental health. Paying better attention to caring for our mind can bring very positive results to our lives, such as reduced stress, anxiety or depression.
Illustration of two professionals shaking hands through laptop screens
April 26, 2016 | Posted In: Manage & Lead, Connect
Online collaboration tools allow teams to communicate in new ways that can be more effective and efficient than traditional communication methods. And while we know online collaboration tools cannot always replace a face-to-face chat, they can provide some great perks for specific tasks that might...
Young couple holding toddler daughter
March 30, 2016 | Posted In: WorkLife
Since 2002, the Child Care Subsidy Grant (CCSG) Program has helped thousands of Stanford employees offset the cost of child care. Today, child care continues to be among the top concerns for working families at Stanford.
Diverse group of people's hands on top of each other
March 30, 2016 | Posted In: Manage & Lead
Recognizing unconscious bias when making talent decisions is an important consideration for 21st century managers. That’s why University Human Resources (UHR) recently partnered with the Clayman Institute for Gender Research to provide a two-hour workshop for Stanford managers to uncover bias in...
Green pot of fushia and white tulips with tag labelled "thank you"
March 30, 2016 | Posted In: Manage & Lead
Keeping a department or team well supported is no small feat. Yet each day administrative professionals seem to do it with ease. The achievements of these unsung heroes are often behind the scenes. And while we should make an effort to praise support staff all year long, it’s nice to have a special...