Balancing Work, Academics, and Life
Yale's WorkLife programs and services are an integral part of the University's efforts to help faculty and staff to balance the multiple responsibilities associated with work, academic, and personal life.
The University is deeply committed to developing responsive work environments that are supportive of the obligations to home and community as well as the changes that accompany various life events.
Please take advantage of Yale's numerous resources, programs and services, which can help to bring greater balance to the modern complexities of work and personal life.
- New for benefits eligible Yale employees: Elder Care Assessment. A free, three-hour, in-home elder care assesment is now avilablle through the Employee Counseling & Support Servcies program (offered by Magellan). Trained counselors will help you explore and choose among eldercare options. This service is nationwide. For details call Magellan at 1-800-327-3240.
- Working Mother magazine hails Yale again as one of nation's "Best Companies" fourth year in a row.
- Sixth Yale-Affiliated Child Care Center Opening at Yale
- Parent Review website: See what parents have to say about New Haven area schools and child care programs. Write your own review too.
- Parent Registry
- New Parent Packet
- Archived News
- Issues in Elder Law: For Caregivers of Aging Loved Ones-June 4
- This workshop will provide an overview of wills, power of attorney, living wills and health care documents, conservatorship, trusts, taxes, medicare, medicaid, and senior housing. Resources specifically for Yale employees will also be provided. For registration and information, click here.
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