Pregnant at the Office: Managing Stress for Working Moms-to-Be
Tuesday, April 28, noon-1 p.m.
Register in advance here.
Join experts from Care.com, Massachusetts General Hospital, The Bump, and Families and Work Institute and for a dynamic and actionable discussion about pregnancy in the workplace. The webinar will tackle questions such as:
· What steps can expectant mothers take to ensure a healthy pregnancy while working at a high-stress job?
· How can organizations effectively support their working moms-to-be; creating a best in class family-friendly culture?
· How can female employees advocate for workplace supports and navigate potentially stressful situations, like telling your boss you’re pregnant and planning your maternity leave?
When you register, you will be able to submit questions for the panelists in advance. Sponsored by Harvard’s Work/Life Office.
Check out the Center for Workplace Development courses
Creating Your Best Resume
Do you want an eye-catching resume? (Of course you do.) This class helps you develop a clear, focused resume that is targeted to a specific job or field and will get attention by addressing the needs of the hiring manager. Wednesday, May 6, noon-2:30 p.m. at the Center for Workplace Development, 124 Mt. Auburn Street, Cambridge.
Outings & Innings
Henry VI, part 2 (Actors’ Shakespeare Project) @ The Modern Theatre
Probably Shakespeare’s first history play, Henry VI, Part 2 throws the audience into a world of intrigue and conspiracy, prophesy and intrigue to bring every these historical figures vividly to life. This is an O&I First Thursdays performance—half-price tickets for Thursday, May 14, 7:30 p.m. show. HUID discount is available for all other performance dates, May 13 – June 7.
Go to Outings & Innings for details and tickets.
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