Posted June 4, 2018
Important Biweekly Time Sheet Information
We want to make sure you receive your paycheck on time! Due to the fiscal year-end roll process, biweekly payroll for the pay period June 10 to June 23, (pay date June 29), will be processed one (1) week earlier.
- Submit timesheets by midnight Sunday, June 17
- Approve timesheets by 1 p.m. on Monday, June 18
- Please enter estimated hours that will be worked for June 18 through June 23.
- If actual hours worked differ, please complete and submit to your supervisor a corrected paper timesheet (found under "Payroll Forms")
- Then fax the approved paper timesheet to payroll (703.993.2601) no later than Friday, June 29.
- Remember, there is no change in the actual pay date of June 29.
- Due to the limited time for processing, late timesheets will be held and paid on the next biweekly pay run (pay date July 13, 2018).
- If you have questions, please contact HR & Payroll at 703-993-2600 or email@example.com.
Posted May 15, 2018
New Benefits Summary Page
View a complete summary of your benefits on Patriot Web! This benefits summary displays a snapshot of all your current benefit elections. It enables our benefits team to assist you even better by allowing them to see your benefits summary when you call.
On this page, you can view:
- Medical Option Deductions
- Retirement Option Deductions
- Group Life Contributions
- Disability Deductions
To access your summary:
Posted May 3, 2018
Open Enrollment Drop-In Sessions
The Benefits team will hold Open Enrollment drop-in sessions for faculty and staff to stop by and ask questions or turn in forms. The sessions are:
- The Fairfax Campus in Merten Hall 4102 on May 11 from 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
- The Science and Technology Campus via videoconferencing in Colgan Hall Room 221 on May 9 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
- The Arlington Campus via videoconferencing in Founders Hall Room B119 on May 9 from 2 - 4 p.m.
Posted April 26, 2018
Open Enrollment Details
Open Enrollment for health benefits and flexible spending accounts (FSAs) is from May 1 - May 15, 2018!
How Do I Make Changes?
The state’s EmployeeDirect (eDirect) system is not available this year; therefore, all enrollments/changes must be made on a paper enrollment form.
Please complete the State Active Employee Enrollment Form and return it to benefits:
- If the form does not contain social security numbers, scan and email your form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If the form does contain social security numbers, either fax it to 703-993-2601, send via interoffice mail to MS 3C3, or drop it off in the HR & Payroll office (4th floor Merten Hall).
Please make sure to put your Mason email address on the form so we may send you a confirmation email.
Where Can I Find More Information?
- DHRM has a comprehensive Open Enrollment Site and ALEX, an online interactive tool.
- Please review Benefits at a Glance and the entire Spotlight on Your Benefits for important health notices, additional information on open enrollment options, and contact information for your health vendors.
- Visit the DHRM site for details about premiums and FSAs.
If you have questions leading up to open enrollment, feel free to email email@example.com.
Posted April 5, 2018
Test Your Financial IQ
Test your financial know-how! HR & Payroll teamed up with TIAA to bring you the What's Your Financial IQ? challenge. From now to May 02, 2018, take this educational challenge to have fun and learn information about financial planning. Each day five new questions are added to the challenge.
Test your financial savvy and learn something new each time you play at http://wyfiq.org/q/georgemason/Quiz4.
Posted March 26, 2018
HR & Payroll Benefits Fair
For Spring into Well-Being, HR & Payroll invites you to the Benefits Fair to chat with some of Mason’s financial and health vendors in Merten 1201 on Thursday, April 19 from 10 a.m. to 2p.m.
Many of the vendors will offer 30 minute “mini” financial well-being presentations on the half hour from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. in Merten 1202.
No need to register! Stop by anytime for helpful information and the chance to win prizes. Click here to view a flyer for more information!
Posted March 9, 2018
Stay Cyber Secure! Please Update Your Phone Number
We want to make sure you always have access to your W-2’s, course final grades,
your and your staffs’ timesheets, and paystubs!
ITS and HR & Payroll are collaborating to ensure your Patriot Web account is secure.
Please click here or information about the addition of the second layer of security to Patriot Web.
Be proactive about your security! Please double check you have a correct cell phone or work phone number in Patriot Web before the end of March.
Visit here to learn how to update your phone number in Patriot Web.
Posted February 15, 2018
America Saves Week
Are you ready to become a savings superhero? America Saves Week is the perfect time to make sure you are on track to reach your long-term savings goals. Make the most of America Saves Week and think about increasing your contributions to your retirement account. Keep an eye out for informative materials that show why saving a little more now can have such a big impact on your future. For some helpful financial well-being information visit http://hr.gmu.edu/benefits/retire/online_resources.php
Posted January 24, 2018
Exemption from Federal Tax Withholding
Not everyone can claim exemption from federal income tax withholding. Employees must meet specific qualifications to be exempt. Employees can claim exemption if both of the following situations apply:
1. In the previous year, the employee had the right to a refund of ALL federal income tax withheld from their wages because they had no tax liability.
2. In the current year, the employee expects a refund of ALL federal income tax withheld because they plan to have no tax liability.
There are also some other factors that help decide if an employee can be exempt from federal income taxes. For help determining if you are exempt from taxes, refer to IRS Publication 505.
Those employees who claim exempt must submit a new Form W-4 by February 15 each year if they wish to claim exempt for the current tax year. If the employee does not submit a new form by that date, Payroll will withhold at the single filing status with no allowances.
NOTE: Please remember you can update your Form W-4 online in Patriot Web Self Service.
Posted January 16, 2018
W-2s are Online!
Your 2017 W-2 is available online! Retrieving your electronic copy is easy and immediate.
We highly recommend you retrieve your W-2 online.
If you have never accessed your electronic W-2, please access it before January 27, 2018.
How to Access Your Electronic W-2:
- Log in to https://patriotweb.gmu.edu
- Click on “Employee Services”
- Choose “Tax Forms”
- Choose “W-2 Year End Earnings Statement”
- If you have never consented to receive electronically, read the W-2 electronic statement then click "Submit”
- Select the tax year “2017” from the drop-down menu
- Click "Display"
- Scroll to the bottom of the screen and choose "Printable W-2"
- Re-enter your password to allow display of your unmasked Social Security Number on the printable W-2
- Your electronic W-2 will be automatically converted into the IRS approved format
Use the regular print function on your Internet browser to print as many copies as you need
If You Do Not Access Your Electronic W-2:
- We will mail your paper W-2 form no later than February 1, 2018
- Ensure your permanent mailing address is accurate in Patriot Web Self Service
- For information on how to interpret your W-2, check out "Your George Mason University W-2 demystified"
- Also, check out these handy FAQs
- If you have any questions, please contact the W-2 Hotline at 703-993-2311 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted December 19, 2017
Prize Pack in the End-Of-Year Newsletter
It’s a busy time of the year… but we hope you’ll take some time to read our end-of-year newsletter and enter for a chance to WIN a MASON PRIZE PACK!
Posted September 10, 2017
Save the Dates: Winter Wellness Days Flu Shot Clinics
Flu shots are part of your wellness benefit through COVA Care, COVA HDHP, COVA HealthAware, and Kaiser Permanente. There are multiple ways to get a flu shot this season, including at on-site clinics. For details about the on-site clinics and other options, please visit Flu Shot Information 2017. A summary flyer is also available. If you have any questions, please call the Life/Work Connections team at 3.2600.
Posted August 14, 2017
Need some extra hands?
Talent Acquisition is happy to provide Mason Talent Temps, an alternative to recruiting wage or seasonal employees through eWork and available at a reduced cost compared to external temp agencies. Talent Acquisition manages a vetted and on boarded (yes, that means no EPAFs) pool of ready employees with skill sets ranging from reception and administrative support to financial and technology professionals. Mason Temps can provide temporary help for a few days, or up to 40 hours per week for up to 9 months.
Have questions? Please take a look at our Q&A.
To request a Mason Talent Temp, please complete the electronic form.
Posted July 28, 2017
Reward and Recognition Enhancements
In response to feedback from surveys and focus groups, Reward & Recognition is making some exciting changes to help enhance the recognition culture in schools and units. You will see enhancements in the following areas:
There are now four tiers of impact awards – Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. The tiers are based on project size and length and provide guidance and structure for departments looking to award their high performing faculty and staff.
The survey and focus groups said that Mason’s faculty and staff want recognition that’s free, fast, and easy, and we’ve got it for you in the form of eCards. Recognize a colleague or team member on their birthday, to say thank you, extend congratualtions, and more!
We’re empowering units to recognize their own teams for cross-functional and cross-departmental collaboration by showing us your Team Spirit.
If you have any questions about any of the Reward and Recognition enhancements, please contact Beth Baroody at 3-2739 or email@example.com.
Posted June 23, 2017
Social Well-Being: Mason Kids Club
Wondering what to do with your school-age child between the ages of 6-11 once camp ends and school hasn’t started? Sign up for Mason Kids Club, managed by the George Mason University Child Development Center, from August 14-August 25. Two one-week sessions will be offered with fun, hands-on activities and engaging campus field trips. For details and registration, please visit www.regonline.com/masonkidsclubsummer2017. If you have any questions, please call the Child Development Center at 703.993.5960.
Posted June 21, 2017
Non-Exempt Employees Can Choose Leave or Pay for Their Overtime Hours
Effective August 1 , non-exempt employees (i.e. overtime eligible for all hours over 40 worked in a week) can initiate or change their election regarding how their overtime is to be handled by the Payroll Department. All non-exempt employees have the option of being paid for their overtime (which is the default) or to accumulate their overtime as leave.
If a non-exempt employee has made an election in the past and does not want to change their election, they do not have to do anything. If they want to continue to receive pay for any overtime earned, they also do not have to complete a form. However, if the non-exempt employee would like to change their election from receiving pay to receiving leave or receiving leave to receiving pay, they need to complete an Overtime Leave Agreement Form and submit it to the Payroll Department no later than Friday, September 8.
Unfortunately this deadline is firm and we cannot accept forms after that date.
Please remember that an election commits the employee to their choice for one year until the next open enrollment period. This means that if the non-exempt employee elects leave accumulation he or she will receive leave and not pay for any overtime worked during the next academic year.
Please contact Catalina Wheat at 3.2751 if you have any questions.
Posted May 31, 2017
Flexible Summer @ Mason
Summer is here! Time to prepare for “Flexible Summer @ Mason” which runs from June 18 – August 12, 2017. While the use of flexible schedules like telework, flextime and compressed schedules is encouraged throughout the year, it is strongly suggested that departments make a concerted effort to integrate some type(s) of flexwork into their daily operations, if and when possible, over the summer.
Posted May 17, 2017
Important Changes to Fiscal Year End Biweekly Payroll Processing
Because of the fiscal year end roll process, it will be necessary to make a change to the biweekly payroll processing schedule. The biweekly payroll, for the pay period June 11 to June 24, pay date June 30, 2017 will be processed one (1) week earlier.
In order to meet this schedule:
Timesheets must be submitted by midnight Sunday June 18th.
Approvals must be completed by 1pm on Monday June 19th.
This means that you will be submitting/approving timesheets prior to the end of the pay period. Please submit estimated hours for the work days of June 19th through June 24th. If actual hours worked differ, a corrected timesheet must be completed, approved and faxed to payroll (703.993.2601) no later than Friday June 30th.
This situation only impacts timesheet submission and approval; there is no change in the actual pay date which remains June 30. Because of the limited time for processing, late timesheets will be held and paid on the next biweekly payrun (pay date July 14, 2017)
Posted May 15, 2017
2017 Faculty/Staff Book Scholarship
Mason is offering a competitive $250 book scholarship for faculty and staff enrolled in a degree or graduate certificate program at Mason, and the application dealine is Friday, June 16. For details and the application, please visit the Faculty/Staff Book Scholarship web page.
Questions? Please contact Beth Baroody at 3-2739.
Posted May 8, 2017
Flexible Summer @ Mason
Summer is right around the corner. Time to prepare for “Flexible Summer @ Mason” which runs from June 18 – August 12, 2017. While the use of flexible schedules like telework, flextime and compressed schedules is encouraged throughout the year, it is strongly suggested that departments make a concerted effort to integrate some type(s) of flexwork into their daily operations, if and when possible, over the summer.
What is “flexwork”?
Looking for suggestions on how best to supervise or manage flexworkers at Mason?
Join us for a supervisor/manager -specific training on Thursday, May 18 from 12-1pm in Merten Hall, Room 2001. The session will focus on leadership techniques, measuring and evaluating performance, and clearly defining expectations. At the conclusion of the training session, managers will be able to more effectively supervise and support flexworkers. Register today at hr.gmu.edu/learning.
Want to stop by to speak with an HR and Payroll flexwork representative?
The Life/Work Connections Team will host two drop in sessions on the Fairfax Campus to answer questions about flexible work and offer suggestions on how to have a more flexible summer at Mason:
· Tuesday, May 16th from 10:00am – 11:00am
· Tuesday, May 23rd from 11:30-1:00pm
All sessions will be in the conference room 4102 in Merten Hall.
Please remember to take office coverage into consideration when implementing flexwork in your office. For your convenience, a special abbreviated “Flexible Summer @ Mason” agreement form can be found at flexwork.gmu.edu. Please contact Wendi Carroll at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Posted April 21, 2017
Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day
is on Thursday, April 27. If you plan to bring your child to work, make sure to complete a . Although there is no formal on-campus programming this year, there are several events occurring around campus, including the annual . For a complete list of events and activities, visit . And don’t forget, kids under 10 eat free at Southside, Ike’s, and the Globe.
Posted April 5, 2017
Get Your Competition On: Square Up Your Savings Challenge from TIAA
Enhance your financial well-being from April 5 - May 5 by participating in "Square Up Your Savings" - Ten Financial Missions with two purposes - learning and fun! Complete ten financial missions on a range of financial topics. It’s a great way to pick up some financial information while having a little fun. Faculty and staff who play will be entered into a drawing for one of three $25 gift checks from TIAA. For more information please visit Information on Square Up Your Savings. To play, visit Square Up Your Savings.
You don't have to be a TIAA member to play. Log-in as a guest, or if you are a TIAA member, you can log-in as a guest or by using your TIAA username and password.
Posted March 29, 2017
Health Care and Flex Open Enrollment Dates Announced
Health Care and Flexible Spending Account (FSAs) Open Enrollment is scheduled for May 1-15, 2017. Please check back for additional details as they're available.
Posted March 24, 2017
Spring into Well-Being at the HR & Payroll Benefits Fair
As part of Spring into Well-Being, HR & Payroll invites you to join us in Merten 1201 on Wednesday, April 12 from 10am-2pm to chat with some of Mason’s financial and health vendors. There will also be 30 minute “mini” financial well-being presentations on the half hour from 10:30-1:00 in Merten 1202. No need to register, stop by anytime. For details on who will be at the fair, please see the Benefits Fair flyer.
Posted February 27, 2017
Save the Date - Spring Telework Week at Mason, March 13-17
Have you ever contemplated teleworking? Now’s the time to try it out! From March 13-17, Mason will be celebrating its own Telework Week over the university’s Spring Break. An abbreviated, 1 page agreement is available here.
Please note that those who participate in Telework Week are doing so under the Flexible Work Policy, #2202. Signing the abbreviated agreement binds the employee/supervisor to the terms and conditions of the complete telework agreement.
Posted January 26, 2017
Mason Kids Club
Mason Kids Club will be available for elementary school age children in Merten Hall on multiple dates throughout the year. Similar to our Spring Break camp and Bridge camp programs, the Club will be filled with fun activities for your child to enjoy! The Club is open from 8:00am to 5:00pm and runs through April 17, 2017 (and includes Fairfax County Spring Break). Kids bring their own lunch. For more information on additional dates and fees, please visit the Kids Club flyer or contact Tina Morris at email@example.com or 703-993-5807. To register, please visit https://www.regonline.com/masonkidsclub
Posted January 23, 2017
Support Heart Health on Wear Red Day: February 3
Wear Red Day is Friday, February 3. Mason has been participating in Wear Red Day since 2009 encouraging the Mason community to wear red in support of heart health. For details on how to participate in Mason’s recognition, please visit our Go Red Gallery.
Posted January 17, 2017
W-2s are Available Online: Download Yours Now!
Your 2016 W-2s are available on line. Retrieving your electronic copy is easy and immediate. Simply log in to http://patriotweb.gmu.edu, select "Employee Services," then "Tax Forms," and "W2 Year End Earnings Statement." By electing to access your W-2 form electronically, a Mason generated paper W-2 will not be mailed to you. Going electronic puts time on your side; download yours today.
Please contact the W-2 Hotline at 703-993-2311 or firstname.lastname@example.org should you have questions.
For those who do not download an electronic copy, paper W-2 forms will be mailed no later than January 31, 2017. Please remember: You must ensure that your Permanent Mailing Address is accurate in Patriot Web Self Service.
Posted January 13, 2017
National Appreciation Days
Don’t miss the opportunity to recognize your colleagues on any of these upcoming National Appreciation Days:
Posted November 22, 2016
Registration is Open: Mason Kids Club
Mason Kids Club will be available for elementary school age children in Merten Hall on multiple dates throughout the year. Similar to our Spring Break camp and Bridge camp programs, the Club will be filled with fun activities for your child to enjoy! The Club kicks off on December 19th, 20th and 21st from 8:00am to 5:00pm and runs through April 17, 2017 (and includes Fairfax County Spring Break). Kids bring their own lunch. For more information on additional dates and fees, please visit the Kids Club flyer or contact Tina Morris at email@example.com or 703-993-5807. To register, please visit https://www.regonline.com/masonkidsclub
Posted November 10, 2016
Winter Break Timesheet Guidance
Winter Break will be here before we know it! With that in mind, the friendly folks in Payroll have developed information to ensure you complete your timesheet correctly. Visit Winter Break Timesheet Guidance for details.
Posted November 8, 2016
Election Day Attendance
Faculty and staff are encouraged to vote outside of their work hours or to coordinate schedules with supervisors and co-workers. Supervisors are encouraged to adjust schedules (e.g. flextime), if possible, to permit employees time to vote. The polls are open in Virginia until 7pm today. Where flexibility is not possible, appropriate leave will need to be used for late arrivals, early departures, or extended lunch breaks.
Posted November 7, 2016
Guidance for Vice President Joseph Biden's and Senator Tim Kaine's Visit, November 7
Vice President Joseph Biden and Senator Tim Kaine will speak at an event on the Johnson Center Plaza on Monday evening, November 7. As a follow up to today's EHS email, Fairfax campus supervisors, whose work sites are near the JC Plaza, are encouraged to utilize informal flexible work options for their teams, as appropriate, to help ease traffic on campus. Informal telework is temporary and of limited duration, e.g. there is not a formal telework agreement on file. For additional information on flexible work options, please visit http://flexwork.gmu.edu.
Posted November 7, 2016
Gobble, Gobble: Annual Timesheet Guidance for Thanksgiving
Please check out our annual Thanksgiving Timesheet Guidance for the upcoming holiday.
Posted November 1, 2016
IRS Limits for 2017
The IRS announced cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs) affecting the dollar limits for pension plans and other retirement-related items for the 2017 tax year. There is no change from 2016. Participants under age 50 can contribute up to $18,000 in the Supplemental Retirement Plan (403(b)) program and the Virginia Deferred Compensation Plan (DCP) (457). Participants age 50 and over can contribute $24,000 in each plan. If you wish to change your 403(b) contribution, please complete a 403(b) salary reduction agreement and return to Benefits at MS 3C3. If you wish to change your 457 contribution, please call ICMA-RC at 1-VRS-DC-PLAN1 (1-877-327-5261), or log into your account at http://www.varetirement.org/dcp.html.
Posted October 7, 2016
Exciting Pilot Opportunity: Helping Faculty/Staff Manage Student Loan Debt
HR & Payroll is excited to be partnering with one of our retirement vendors, Fidelity Investments, on a pilot project to help our faculty and staff manage their student loan debt. There are potentially two opportunities for faculty and staff to participate in the pilot project underway from October 10-November 14. Details can be found on the Benefits homepage.
Posted September 26, 2016
Timesheet Guidance for the Dedication of the Antonin Scalia Law School, October 6
Mason is hosting a ceremony on Thursday, October 6 on the Arlington Campus to officially dedicate the Antonin Scalia Law School. Due to security measures surrounding the event, Founders Hall and Hazel Hall will be closed on October 6 until 3pm for all other activities, including classes. Additional details regarding the event were shared via email on Monday, September 26.
For timekeeping purposes, please keep the following in mind:
• The event is by invitation only. Because this is a University-run event, attendance is considered work time. No leave needs to be taken for October 6 by event attendees.
• If you need to cover classes or administrative offices after 3:00 pm on October 6, please discuss with your team and supervisor/department head.
• Supervisors are encouraged to discuss informal flexible work options (no formal agreement needed), as appropriate, with all Arlington Campus employees who do not attend the event.
• The Metropolitan Building will remain open on October 6; employees there should report to work unless they have made arrangements with their supervisor, as appropriate, to work from an alternate location.
• Founders Hall and Hazel Hall employees whose positions are not compatible with working from an alternate location on October 6 will receive up to 8 hours of University Leave to cover that portion of their workday when Founders and Hazel Halls are closed. This means that you may need to use appropriate leave or alter your schedule the week of October 3 to account for your total work hours.
• Employees on compressed schedules who cannot work at an alternate location and for whom Thursday is a scheduled work day, will receive up to 8 hours of University Leave and will need to cover the remaining hours of their compressed work day by working or taking appropriate leave (e.g. annual, family/personal, recognition, or overtime leave) in the same work week.
Posted September 14, 2016
Deadline Extended to 9/30: Non-Exempt Employees Can Choose Leave or Pay for Their Overtime Hours
The deadline has been extended for non-exempt employees (i.e. overtime eligible for all hours over 40 worked in a week) to initiate or change their election regarding how their overtime is to be handled by the Payroll Department. All non-exempt employees have the option of being paid for their overtime (which is the default) or to accumulate their overtime as leave.
If as a non-exempt employee, you made an election in the past and do not want to change your election, you do not have to do anything. If you want to continue to receive pay for any overtime earned, you also do not have to complete a form. However, if you would like to change your election from receiving pay to receiving leave or receiving leave to receiving pay, please complete an Overtime Leave Agreement Form and submit it to the Payroll Department no later than Friday, September 30.
Unfortunately this deadline is firm and we cannot accept forms after that date.
Please remember that an election commits you to your choice for one year until the next open enrollment period. This means that if you elect leave accumulation you will receive leave and not pay for any overtime worked during the next academic year.
Please contact Catalina Wheat at 3.2751 if you have any questions.
Posted September 13, 2016
Guidance for the First Lady's Visit on Friday, September 16
First Lady Michelle Obama will speak at a campaign rally in the Johnson Center on Friday, September 16. This is not a University-run event hence attendance at the rally is not considered work time. Faculty and staff who attend will need to use appropriate leave and wage employees will not be paid for the time spent traveling to/from and attending the event. Attendance information was circulated to all faculty and staff via email on Tuesday, September 13.
The Johnson Center will close at midnight on Thursday, September 15 and reopen at 7am on Saturday, September 17. Employees working in the Johnson Center, with your supervisor’s approval, are encouraged to informally telework from home or other alternate location on Friday. Informal telework is temporary and of limited duration, e.g. there is not a formal telework agreement on file.
Those Johnson Center employees whose positions are not compatible with working from an alternate location during the period when the Johnson Center will be closed for the event will receive up to 8 hours of University Leave to cover their workday during the closing. Employees on compressed schedules, for which Friday is a scheduled work day, will receive 8 hours of University Leave and will need to cover the remaining hours of their compressed work day by working or taking appropriate leave (e.g. annual, family/personal, recognition, or overtime leave) in the same work week.
All other buildings will remain open during the First Lady’s visit. Supervisors, University-wide, are encouraged to discuss informal flexible work options, as appropriate, to help reduce traffic on campus on Friday.
Posted September 1, 2016
Save the Dates: Winter Wellness Days Flu Shot Clinics
Flu shots are part of your wellness benefit through COVA Care, COVA HDHP, COVA HealthAware, and Kaiser Permanente. There are multiple ways to get a flu shot this season, including at on-site clinics. For details about the on-site clinics and other options, please visit Flu Shot Information 2016. If you have any questions, please call the Life/Work Connections team at 3.2604.
Posted September 1, 2016
Welcome Back Newsletter
The Welcome Back newsletter is available. It highlights some important reminders and updates, a sample of upcoming events, and ways you can stay connected. We hope you enjoy it. Welcome back!
Posted August 25, 2016
You're Invited: Well-Being Certificate Program
The Well-Being Certificate Program is designed to help faculty and staff foster their knowledge of the science and practice of well-being, create an individualized plan to enhance their own well-being, and collaborate with others to help build well-being in the workplace. This interdisciplinary 4-session program brings together instructors from the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being, HR & Payroll, Center for Sports Performance, College of Science, Department of Psychology, and the Higher Education Program; it is open to all faculty and staff.
*Session 1: Introduction to well-being models and StrengthsFinder, Friday, September 30, 10am-4pm
*Session 2: Mindfulness, meditation, and physical well-being, Friday, October 21, 10am-4pm
*Session 3: Well-Being in the workplace and resilience, Friday, November 18, 10am-4pm
*Session 4: Group Discussion and Wrap Up, Friday, December 9, 9am-noon
Attendance of all four sessions is expected for successful completion of the program. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, September 9. Space is limited to the first 25 people to register.