11 stories tagged ‘Marilyn Hausammann’
Harvard staff attended a workforce management conference to learn skills to communicate, solve problems, and innovate effectively across cultures.
Harvard feted 139 faculty and staff — physics professors and dining hall checkers among them — for their longtime service to the University at the annual 25-Year Recognition Ceremony.
A Q-and-A with Harvard officials Marilyn Hausammann and Bill Murphy on the status of contract negotiations with the University’s largest union.
The University’s comprehensive new policy on whistleblowing aims to make reporting legal or ethical breaches both safe and easy for all members of the Harvard community.
Harvard is launching a University-wide staff survey for the first time since 2008. The brief questionnaire will gauge employees’ opinions on Harvard as a workplace.
Open enrollment begins Oct. 27 at Harvard. Until Nov. 9, faculty, staff, and retirees can make changes to their benefits, elect a new vision care plan, and review 2012 rates and features for Harvard’s health plans.
Two child care centers on campus recently reopened after Harvard-financed renovations brought both up to the standards of contemporary best practices for child care.
Dozens of Harvard employees were honored at the 56th Annual 25-Year Recognition Ceremony at Sanders Theatre on Oct. 13.
Harvard reshuffles its retirement fund lineup, trimming the number of individual options while introducing adaptive “lifecycle funds.” The University will allow investment-savvy employees to invest in thousands of additional mutual funds through a new brokerage account option.
First grants from Harvard fund to aid Haitian community in helping employees to take care of their families.
Harvard University today (Feb. 23) announced it will participate in the American Corporate Partners (ACP) mentoring program to help returning veterans transition from the armed services back to the workplace through career counseling and social networking.