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The Cornell University Employee Assembly hosted a fourth COVID-19 Virtual Staff Forum on April 29, 2020. Experts from across the Cornell community answer employee questions.
Mary Opperman expresses gratitude to staff in recognition of Office Professionals Day, acknowledges "Cornell Kids@Home" the virtual version Bring a Child to Work Day, and give thanks to the essential workers in the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine .
The first in an ongoing series of Video Addresses to provide information and guidance, includes the announcement of a new webpage for COVID-19 Workplace Guidance: hr.cornell.edu/covid19
Includes discussion of virtual forum from the Employee Assembly, eCornell open forum for managing remote work, and a thanks for employees, remote and still on campus.
Gordon Barger, Senior Director of Benefit Services and Administration, discusses some updates to benefits including the CARES Act, Flexible Spending Accounts, Discount Programs, and a Legal Resource Library.
Kenneth McLaurin, Financial Management Educator of the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County, hosts a workshop called "Managing Finances COVID-19: Simple Strategies in a Time of Crisis".
Video message from Gordon Barger, Senior Director, Benefit Services and Administration, regarding telemedicine, teletherapy, prescription delivery, and pharmacy resources during COVID-19 pandemic for Endowed employees .
Video message from Gordon Barger, Senior Director, Benefit Services and Administration, regarding telemedicine, teletherapy, prescription delivery, and pharmacy resources during COVID-19 pandemic for Contract College employees .
Jasmine Jay, Lead Clinical Administrative Assistant, shares insight on self-care and mental health services available to Cornell employees.
Join us for a panel discussion about what Cornell families are navigating, child development during this time, and what is known thus far about the future of child care and summer camps. Panelists: Mary Opperman, Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer; Sue Dale-Hall, Chief Executive Officer of the Child Development Council; Melissa Perry, Family Services Director, Child Development Council; Diane Bradac, Work/Life Consultant, Human Resources; Facilitated by Michelle Artibee, Director of Workforce Wellbeing, Human Resources.
Diane Bradac, Work/Life Consultant in Human Resources, talks about the stressors parents are facing and some resources that are available to help.
Neely Tang, Cornell Business Librarian, has worked remotely for Cornell the past 7 years. Neely offers Cornell employees two tips to support their wellbeing during COVID-19. More tips and resources are available at hr.cornell.edu/covid19
Creating effective work spaces Zoom presentation with Michelle Artibee, Director of Workforce Wellbeing, and Todd Baker of the Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention Program (MIPP)
An important webinar tailored specifically to Cornell managers and supervisors. Cornell experts and managers of remote teams share practical tools and advice and answer questions. Learn about remote work best practices for management, communication, supporting team wellbeing, and valuable resources available to Cornell employees.
Ari Mack, Organizational Development Consultant announces details of the "Working Mindfully" workshops.
Dr. Anne Jones, Medical Director of Medical Services for Cornell Health discusses proper use of masks and cloth face coverings, and resources available for making cloth masks.
Dr. Anne Jones, Medical Director of Cornell Health discusses the necessity and differences between Isolation, Quarantines, and Social Distancing.
FOUR MAIN CRITERIA FOR REOPENING
The Cornell University Employee Assembly hosted a fourth COVID-19 Virtual Staff Forum on April 29, 2020. Experts from across the Cornell community answer employee questions. Anne Jones, Director of Medical Services for Cornell Health, discusses the four main criteria to consider for reopening communities. View the full Forum video here: https://vod.video.cornell.edu/media/4...
Glorious to view... Cornell isn't a place, it's the people. No matter what the future brings, we are Cornell.
Jeramy Kruser, Systems Administrator with CIT and Marine Corps veteran, offers tips, advice, and words of encouragement.
Michelle Artibee, Director of Workforce Wellbeing at Cornell University, shares ways that individuals can make contributions to support others in need, including the Emergency CARE Fund.