Celebrate National Fossil Day—a celebration organized by the National Park Service—by taking a closer look at museum fossils with Harvard paleontologists. What can we see on ancient seafloors? How do modern animals help us understand extinct animals? What fossils still amaze scientists? What is it like to be a practicing paleontologist? Bring your curiosity and questions to this online event for all ages!
Harvard has decided not to participate, at this time, in the optional deferral of employee payroll tax allowed by a federal executive memorandum last month. The executive memorandum allows employers to choose to temporarily stop withholding payroll taxes for certain employees from September through December of 2020; employees would have to pay back these deferred taxes through increased tax withholding in 2021.... Read more about Harvard Will Not Participate in the Employee Payroll Tax Deferral
Campus Child Care is open and accepting new applications. There are limited spaces for infants (3 months to 12 months) and toddlers (13 months to 2yrs 9 months) at some campus-based centers. Interested families should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the specific locations for each age group and to learn more about COVID-19 precautions.
Some employees are reporting that fraudulant claims for Unemployment Insurance have been filed with the state of Massachusetts in their names. Here’s what you can do if you are a victim of this serious fraud:
Si eres elegible para el VERIP 2020, cordialmente le invitamos a asistir a una de estas sesiones Zoom (en-linea) en donde le ofreceremos una visión general del programa VERIP 2020 y donde revisaremos el contenidos del paquete individualizado, también brindaremos detalles sobre la jubilación de la Universidad.... Read more about 2020 VERIP Information Session - en español
Are you ready to take your bike out? As Massachusetts is beginning to ease restrictions, CommuterChoice is providing some more at-home activities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please remember to practice your local social distancing guidelines if you are going out for a walk, bike or jog.
The dreaded "flat tire" is one of the most common problems faced when out on a bike ride. But with a little know-how and the right tools you can fix your own flat and keep rolling to make it home safe and sound.... Read more about Virtual "Fix a Flat" Workshop