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Career Catalysts team brainstorms in their breakout room.
November 29, 2017 | Posted In: Connect, 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.
Thumbnail of couple, with father holding baby
February 3, 2017 | Posted In: Manage & Lead, WorkLife
When your employee announces he or she is expecting a child, it is important that you know what type of leave, job protections and resources are available after the baby is born—and not just for the pregnant mothers-to-be. Your employees may be expecting fathers, same-sex spouses or registered...
Professors William Damon and Anne Colby
September 21, 2016 | Posted In: Retirement, WorkLife
Note: This article by Stanford researchers is a follow up to our Winter 2016 article introducing their study. By Katie Remington and Dr. Matt Bundick
Female staff member exercising with two boys on Stanford campus
April 26, 2016 | Posted In: Learn & Grow, Manage & Lead, WorkLife
Each summer, thousands of youth will participate in educational, sports or other fun activities on the Stanford campus. Hundreds will be housed in student dorms, others will be here for day programs or internships, and all are protected under university policy and State of California laws designed...
Green highway sign reading "welcome to HAPPINESS. enjoy your stay"
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.