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Volume 11 Number 7, July 2008

Human Resources


WorkLife Workshops in July

The Yale WorkLife program recognizes the difficulty of juggling work and personal life.  Please join us for these events addressing personal and non-work issues.  Unless otherwise noted, all events are free and open to all members of the Yale Community.  Seating is limited, so register for classes by clicking on the link below.  For additional information, email worklife@yale.edu or call 432-8069.

For registration information, click here.

Reminder: Resources for New and Expecting Parents or Parents of Young Children

The Department of Human Resources has several resources to help new and expecting parents or parents of young children to help balance work and family life.

  • The New Parent Packet contains a gift for a new child and information on University resources and services for parents/guardians. E-mail worklife@yale.edu.
  • Subsidized backup child care is available through Caregivers On Call. Visit our website for more information or call 432-8069.
  • The Yale Babysitting Service establishes a link between Yale faculty, staff and students to access babysitting services provided by Yale students.
  • Child Care Resource and Referral - The WorkLife Program has an Online Child Care Directory. Request a printed copy at worklife@yale.edu. Be sure to include your name and on-campus address.
  • Child Care Coordinator - Schedule a telephone or in-person session with the Yale Child Care Coordinator by e-mailing worklife@yale.edu or by calling 432-8069.