Stanford employees are motivated to excel in the workplace, whether teaching or mentoring students, conducting or supporting research, caring for patients, or ensuring the efficiency and effectiveness of the university’s administrative processes and infrastructure. But when it comes to strategizing about career development, this subject can be daunting to tackle and by nature fits into the important but not urgent quadrant of time management.
This fall, new staff hires will be welcomed to Stanford through a redesigned orientation program that will centralize services resulting in significant time savings for new hires, managers and other departmental employees involved in the onboarding process.
A satellite location has been opened for retirees and employees to make appointments for free confidential counseling with a Faculty Staff Help Center professional.
The job classification initiative is set to implement on September 1, 2014 and affects all non-academic, non-bargaining unit staff at Stanford. Robust communication is planned in upcoming months.
Attend the free Summer Activities Fair held annually by the WorkLife Office for those involved in making decisions about keeping school-aged children engaged during summer months.