First Annual WorkLife@NIH Information Fair

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Did you know the NIH is recognized as a leader among federal agencies in providing worklife resources and programs to all members of its workforce? The NIH has received the WorldatWork Seal of Distinction and has been named a Total Worker Health Affiliate by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

During the National Work and Family Month this October, the Office of Research Services and the Office of Human Resources hosted the inaugural WorkLife@NIH Information Fair. On October 16, over 100 participants learned first-hand about NIH programs and initiatives available to assist with their work obligations, family responsibilities, career development, and personal fulfillment. Be sure to mark your calendars for a bigger and better event in October 2019!

 Work Life Photo

If you were not able to attend this year's event, don't worry. You can visit the following websites to take advantage of the work-life services the NIH offers. You will be surprised by the breadth of programs offered to support you in finding the right fit for you and your family.


IN THIS ISSUE
Did You Know?
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In 2017...
  • ORS Coordinated NIH’s Take Your Child to Work Day with 3,936 registered students and 173 unique activities.
  • There were over 5,500 employees enrolled in the NIH Transhare Program.
  • Over 1,123 lab safety surveys were conducted.
  • Over 546,000 people were transported on the NIH shuttles.
The NIH Evening Speakers Toastmasters Club

The NIH Evening Speakers Toastmasters Club provides a friendly environment for anyone who would like to improve their confidence, public speaking and leadership skills. The club meets every Friday from 12 noon to 1 pm at the National Library of Medicine in Conference Room B on the second floor (Building 38). They are a club open to NIH employees and contractors. The club has been in existence since 1969, and was co-founded by Padman Sarma and other fellow charter members. For more information, please contact the club President, Joy Jackson, at jacksjoy@mail.nih.gov or 301-827-8473.


NIH provides its workforce with a full service Employee Assistance Program (EAP), staffed by professionals with licensure and certification in workplace wellness and behavioral health. EAP is free to all employees and their immediate family members. More »

At ORS, our goal is to find solutions to our customers’ needs. This year, we continue to improve our processes, focusing on engagement and responsive action. Our Escalation Procedures Page will empower our customers to manage their relationship with us at their convenience.
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