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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.

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Events & Important Dates

Stay informed, engaged and up to date with Stanford's only employee calendar.

October 01 Mind, Body, Spirit Moms (Weds. series)

This 8 week program is designed to promote the health and well-being of moms with kids of any age. Moms come together to nurture their minds, hearts, and bodies in a supportive community through the practice of mindfulness meditation, gentle yoga, authentic sharing and community building exercises.

Each week we will explore different themes, such as self-compassion, work-life balance, setting limits and boundaries, positive discipline, managing strong emotions, self-care, the importance of play, cultivating community, resilience, and so on. An emphasis will be placed on creating and nurturing lasting relationships among group members both within and outside of the group setting.

Dates: Wednesdays, October 1 - November 19

Location: Escondido Village Center (AKA Rainbow Nursery School),
Common room, 140 Comstock Circle. (see campus map»)

To Register: Visit the HIP website.

Co-sponsored by HIP and the WorkLife Office. Eligible for BeWell Berry and STAP funding.

 

October 05 Mind, Body, Spirit Moms (Sunday series)

This 8 week program is designed to promote the health and well-being of moms with kids of any age. Moms come together to nurture their minds, hearts, and bodies in a supportive community through the practice of mindfulness meditation, gentle yoga, authentic sharing and community building exercises.

Each week we will explore different themes, such as self-compassion, work-life balance, setting limits and boundaries, positive discipline, managing strong emotions, self-care, the importance of play, cultivating community, resilience, and so on. An emphasis will be placed on creating and nurturing lasting relationships among group members both within and outside of the group setting.

Dates: Sundays, September 28–November 16

Location: Li Ka Shing Learning Center, Rm 308,
291 Campus Drive (see campus map»)

To Register: Visit the HIP website for class code mbsm-01.

Co-sponsored by HIP and the WorkLife Office. Eligible for BeWell Berry and STAP funding.

October 06 Last day for BeWell Walkers

See the BeWell website for details.