We are here to help you make the most of your remote work experience during these challenging times. Some of these resources are applicable to everyone, while others are tailored toward managers and supervisors.
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The impacts of the coronavirus have changed our lives throughout Southern California and beyond. In support of National Giving Day on May 5, this week’s tip is to find a way to help other members of our community who may be struggling, however you are able.
Working from home doesn't have to leave you feeling disconnected from your team, campus, or the community. Here are just a few virtual development opportunities available for campus faculty and staff.
As we approach the one-month mark of our Governor’s stay at home order, it is essential that you prioritize physical, mental and social-emotional health. Knowing how to help ourselves and others as we adjust to a difficult new normal can be unclear, so here are a few remote work self-care tips to get you started.
The balancing act of being focused on working at home while tending to the growing number of other demands during this crisis can become overwhelming at times. Here are some helpful tips that could help make your day go more smoothly.
Employees working from home often find it to be different than expected, utilizing new skills and habits. The following tips and resources will help you stay focused and productive while at home.