Repeats every 2 weeks every Monday until Mon Jul 26 2021 . Also includes Mon Aug 02 2021, Mon Aug 16 2021, Mon Aug 30 2021, Mon Sep 13 2021.
8:30am to 11:00am
PLEASE NOTE: In keeping with Harvard’s Coronavirus Guidelines, the University’s New Employee Welcome and Orientation program has changed from being an in-person session to a virtual online session. Please use the links on the right to sign up for an upcoming Orientation session. A few days before your scheduled session, you will be sent instructions for accessing the online Orientation. If you have already signed up for an upcoming session, no extra steps are required.
Are you juggling the care of your parents and kids while trying to focus on your job too? If so, you are probably in the caregiving sandwich and you’re not alone. Nearly half of adults ages 40-59 are caring for both an aging parent and child and most are also in the workforce. Is there a way for sandwich generation caregivers, whether you are a daughter, son, spouse or partner, to manage it all without feeling guilty and depleted? The answer is yes, but you’ll need some support, both at home and at work.
If you are caught in the middle, don’t miss this lively and dynamic webinar...
¿Alguna vez ha hecho un presupuesto de dinero personal? ¿Sabe cuánto gasta cada mes en gastos necesarios (y no necesarios)? Con este taller, mostraremos herramientas simples que cualquiera puede usar para identificar todos sus gastos (facturas, comestibles, etc.) y hacer un presupuesto que sea fácil de usar. Una vez que identifique sus gastos e ingresos, podrá descubrir pequeños cambios que puede hacer para ayudarlo a alcanzar sus metas financieras. Registrar aquí.
Have you ever made a budget? Do you know how much you spend every month on necessary (and not necessary) expenses? With this workshop, representatives from the Harvard Credit Union will show simple tools that anyone can use to identify all of your expenses (bills, groceries, etc) and make a budget that is easy to use. Once you identify your expenses and income, then you can figure out small changes that you can make to help you reach your money goals.