The FY14 Staff Compensation Program was recently announced to university officers, and reflects the university's desire to attract and retain top talent to support academic, research, and patient care programs and initiatives.
A new Retiree ID Card, offered at no cost to official retirees, is now available and provides access to valuable university resources, including the golf course, as well as special offers and discounts to many ticketed events.
The Stanford Ombuds Office offers confidential consultation in an informal setting to help faculty, staff and retirees think about resolution strategies and potential actions to upsetting problems.
A free email distribution list called SeniorNet now connects seniors and caregivers of aging loved ones through an online community forum.
Sponsored by University Human Resources' WorkLife Office, the Faculty and Staff Help Center, and BeWell, the Family Caregiver's Group meets twice a month and covers a variety of topics relevant to those caring for aging loved ones, including safety, backup care, and red flags for Alzheimer's.