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Staff at Stanford work in hundreds of different types of positions, and number approximately 10,000. General employment policies are in Chapter 2 of the Administrative Guide (bargaining unit members should refer to their respective contracts).

Questions related to your employment are typically directed to the local (school or business unit) human resources contact except for Benefits, which is handled centrally by UHR. For school and unit HR contact information, see Contacts.

News & Announcements

  • An article appearing on the BeWell website highlights the continuing challenges of integrating work and life priorities for employees and the support they can receive from the WorkLife Office.

  • An article appearing in the August 13 issue of the Stanford Report highlights the continuing challenges of integrating work and life priorities for employees and the support they can receive from the WorkLife Office.

Events & Important Dates

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August 27 Fuel for School: A Nutritious Start to the School Year (Follow-Up Session)

This workshop from the WorkLife Office and HIP is designed for anyone with kids of any age. Whether it's the first day of pre-school or the last year of high school, kids and young adults need well-nourished bodies that are ready to learn–and that can put a lot of pressure on us parents.
Leave with valuable tips, at least one tangible goal to work on, a sense of empowerment, and the confidence to make a difference in your child(ren)’s health and eating habits.

Second session, 8/27: Optional but highly encouraged
• Group discussion & learning from other parents: what worked, what didn’t, and why

Instructors: Jennifer Robinson, PhD; Rosalyne Tu, MS, RD
Location: Li Ka Shing Learning Center, Rm 120 (see campus map)
Registration: Enroll online on the HIP website. Course fee can be paid with STAP funds.
BeWell Berry available for eligible employees (Healthy Living: Nutrition/Weight Management).

About the Instructors:
Jennifer Robinson, PhD, is the Stanford Nutrition Studies Group Program Manager at HIP. Her dissertation focused on encouraging children to eat more fruits and vegetables after exposure to gardens at their schools.
Rosalyne Tu, MS, RD is a dietitian and mother of a fickle eater. She previously worked for the Childhood Feeding Collaborative to provide best practice feeding guidance for pediatric care providers and parents in the community. She is trained in Ellyn Satter's Division of Responsibility in Feeding and practices it daily with her daughter.

August 27 FY15 accounts payable closes

Accounts Payable Closes: Process all expense distributions from Payables, Expense Reimbursements, and PCard transactions for the prior fiscal year.

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August 28 Your Health Care Benefits in Retirement
If you are considering retirement from Stanford within the next several months, come to this informational session to learn about your health care options during retirement, how to determine your benefit eligibility, and when to apply for Medicare.
Registration: Enroll in STARS (through Axess) for course code BEN-2000.
Location: Redwood Hall, Room G19 (see campus map)