Almost everyone at some point wonders “What is next?” in terms of their career. Start to answer that question by first doing a simple check up on the current state of your career. Then set concrete next steps to help you gain further clarity about career options. Join this session on April 5 for guidance on your career. Learn more. Read more about Is Your Career on Track?
This program provides financial assistance for faculty and nonunion staff who earn up to $110,000 annually, and are faced with high medical costs. Reimbursement is for in-network, out-of-pocket expenses above specific thresholds. Employees must be enrolled in a Harvard sponsored HMO, POS, or PPO plan. You may apply for reimbursement by completing the Reimbursement Program form and submitting supporting documentation and receipts. Learn more here.
Reimbursement claim submissions for 2017 FSA expenses must be postmarked by March 31, 2018. If you met spending thresholds and salary limits in 2017, you may be eligible for the Copay Reimbursement Plan; claim deadline is March 31.
Bring your lunch on March 21 to this in-depth look at how to evaluate a flexible work arrangement proposal based on Harvard's University-wide flexible work guidelines. Nancy Costikyan, the director of Harvard’s Office of Work/Life, will review the essential ingredients of a flex proposal. Learn more. Read more about Evaluating a Flexwork Proposal
In this session on March 28, you will explore leadership behaviors associated with enabling a culture of speaking up highlighted in Amy Edmonson’s book Teaming: How Organizations Learn, Innovate, and Compete in the Knowledge Economy. You will learn how to use these skills with individuals and how to role model and encourage them in a culture. Learn more. Read more about Enabling a Culture of Speaking Up
On March 24, join in colonial-era excavations using smartphones! Use a Google Cardboard viewer and “travel” via virtual reality with a tour guide to Egypt or Israel! Throw a handmade spear with a spear thrower (weather permitting)! Activities spread across both the Peabody and the Harvard Semitic Museums. Live music provided by The Harvard Undergraduate Drummers. Learn more. Read more about Amazing Archaeology Fair at Harvard