WELL-BEING WEDNESDAY
University Personnel presents health and
well-being tips for the campus community.
 
 
Mental Health Awareness Month

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) has resources to help
you learn more about mental health and many ways to get involved.

 
 
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Work-Life Balance

How to work from home
and still have a life
 
There are pros and cons to working from home. On the plus side, you’re spared the commute and you’re probably saving money on lunches and Starbucks runs. But there are downsides, too. If you’re not careful, work and home life can blur until work feels never-ending. That can be detrimental to your physical and mental health. It can also mean that you’re bringing less energy and focus to your work.

The CSU's Learning and Development team has provided activities that will help you create a healthy work-life balance so you can stay sane and productive.
 
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Resources for
Working from Home
 
LifeMatters by Empathia is offering the following webinars free for all employees:
In addition, they have provided a newsletter focused on  Communication and Social Distance [pdf] .

Find more information and additional training on the LifeMatters website. Use the password: SPARTANS.
 
VISIT LIFEMATTERS
 
 
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Governor Newsom Announces Portal to Help Parents
Working in Essential Fields Find Licensed Childcare
 
The new California Childcare Portal has been created to help families working in essential fields (such as health care, police, postal services, grocery, and emergency services) find licensed childcare in their area during the COVID-19 pandemic. The site is easy to use by just typing in a zip code for a result of childcare centers and homes that are currently open, their capacity, licensing history, and other useful information for choosing care.
 
CALIFORNIA CHILDCARE PORTAL
 
 
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Campus Climate Survey Deadline
May 8, 2020
 
Have a voice. Share your experiences. Shape the future of our community.

To create and maintain a healthy, welcoming, inclusive campus environment, SJSU wants to understand the experience of all students, faculty and staff members. The deadline to complete the survey is Friday, May 8, 2020.

Visit belong@SJSU for more details about the survey.
 
TAKE THE CAMPUS CLIMATE SURVEY
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COVID-19 Survey Deadline
Friday, May 8
 
All faculty and staff are invited to participate in an anonymous survey related to the University's communication and response to the COVID-19 crisis.

To complete the survey you will be required to log in via your SJSUOne account. However, this survey is anonymous; none of your login information or your name will be provided to UCSD nor will it be paired with your responses to the survey.

Please complete the survey by Friday, May 8, 2020.
 
TAKE THE COVID-19 SURVEY
 
Last Updated Aug 31, 2022