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Female retiree and soon to be retiree
January 26, 2018 | Posted In: Retirement
A part-time or casual role back on The Farm may be an ideal post-retirement fit. Are you an official Stanford retiree looking for your next opportunity? Or maybe an active Stanford employee considering retiring soon but you don’t want to stop working completely? If so, you’re not alone. National...
Two female colleagues smiling and chatting while coloring together
January 9, 2018 | Posted In: Benefits & Rewards, Learning at Stanford
First, this is not another resolution article. Yes, resolutions are goals or actions you commit to at the start of a new year, but we all know how far we get with those, right? Nope, these simple tips will help you feel more productive, efficient and fulfilled at work and at home in 2018 and beyond.
January 8, 2018 | Posted In: Manager Toolkit
This article was updated On January 29, 2018.
Staff and VP for HR Elizabeth Zacharias volunteering at Cardinal at Work Cares Assembly Party
December 14, 2017 | Posted In: Engage
In November, hundreds of employees donated personal care items for local charities. Hundreds more sorted and assembled gift care packs in December. A huge THANK YOU to all volunteers and our departmental Cardinal at Work Ambassadors who made this happen!
Construction of Ca.
December 12, 2017 | Posted In: Stanford Redwood City
The buildings are taking shape at Stanford's new campus, while a variety of other planning activities are progressing in anticipation of the campus opening in 2019. Read the full article in the Stanford Report
December 11, 2017 | Posted In: Stanford Redwood City
The office building names are an important attribute to the Stanford Redwood City campus culture and represent a sense of place and higher purpose. View the gallery of interior design renderings and color schematics
Shannon Silva's family
November 29, 2017 | Posted In: Benefits & Rewards
“Adoption is extremely expensive, which is unfortunate,” says Dr. Joseph Kim, clinical associate and chief of pediatric hospital medicine in the School of Medicine. “Money shouldn’t be an obstacle to providing a home to a child who needs one.” Joseph Kim and his family.  
Career Catalysts team brainstorms in their breakout room.
November 29, 2017 | Posted In: Engage, WorkLife
South of the Law School, near the Munger Graduate Residence, sits a two-toned gray building that houses BEAM, Stanford Career Education. This Student Services building is a great example of how workspaces on Stanford’s historic campus have evolved to meet the needs of today’s employees.
employees working at Pilot Workplace at 3160 Porter Drive
November 2, 2017 | Posted In: Stanford Redwood City
The way we work today looks very different than it did a decade or two ago. So it’s not surprising that the things we need in our workplace have evolved, too. As it turns out, to be successful, many of us spend little time sitting at our workstation. In fact, throughout the day we oscillate between...
Stanford staff working in the WeWork office space in San Jose
November 2, 2017 | Posted In: Engage
Let’s face it, whether your commute is 10 miles from campus or 30 miles, the time it takes to get to your office has increased exponentially. According to a recent article, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) shared Bay Area traffic congestion has reached record levels for the fourth...

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