Read The Manager’s Resource, a newsletter created for WashU supervisors that includes actionable items and updates to help your team thrive, professionally and personally.
2023 year-end tax documentation availability dates
Nominate a deserving staff member through the university’s Distinguished Honor Awards, which open Feb. 5, 2024.
A series of monthly posts designed to break down financial topics into bite-sized pieces
WashU employees explore professional development opportunities and bettering our future as a collective team.
Your health matters, even when you’re feeling well. A Primary Care Provider serves as an essential partner in maintaining your overall well-being.
This memo outlines important information regarding the 2023 influenza (flu) vaccination policy and employee compliance. The deadline to receive the vaccine and upload proof in ReadySet is 5 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 27, 2023.
Be proactive and reduce stress when you can with these tips during the holiday season.
Step into a journey of well-being this fall.
Meet Tyler and Jenny, two employees from WashU’s Physical Therapy Clinic who are dedicated to promoting physical activity and supporting coworkers on their well-being journey.
WashU has partnered with Awardco to provide employees recognition and appreciation.
WashU is excited to expand the portfolio of features in Workday to further promote employee learning and professional development opportunities.
WashU employees who been impacted by the war in Israel have resources available to them and eligible family members.
Discover the diverse range of independent schools in the Greater St. Louis area, catering to Pre-K through High school students.
Washington University Physical Therapy offers expedited access for WashU employees and their dependents enrolled in the university-sponsored health plan.
Maximize your prescription benefit coverage
Enrich is a web-based platform that offers personalized finance courses and tools to WashU employees, with a particular focus on the relevant life events and benefits of our employee population.
Improve your well-being by learning and practicing eco-friendly activities that reduce your ecological footprint and conserve natural resources.
Spotlighting the top 3 teams of the spring 2023 well-being challenge
Set yourself up for success by utilizing the resources in place through Human Resources to best support yourself, whether as a new employee, if you’re transitioning into a new role or planning to retire soon.
We are excited to honor our 2023 service award recipients and distinguished honor awardees
Are you ready for student loan payments to resume in 2023?
Mental and emotional health resources available to WashU employees
Fine-tune your well-being compass during the Worldwide Wellness spring 2023 challenge.
W-2s are available as of Jan. 31, 2023. Employees can access an electronic copy in Workday. Non-employees can also access in Workday or should hav received a mailed W-2 to the home address on file. 1095-C forms are available as of March 2, 2023, in Workday for employees who have consented to receive them electronically. […]
WashU has been recognized in several recent surveys as a top workplace.
You may have heard or read that the federal government has announced that the Public Health Emergency (PHE) that has been in effect due to COVID-19 will end on May 11, 2023. What does this mean for participants in a WashU Medical Plan? Effective beginning May 12, 2023, the following changes will apply to all […]
Chalana M. Scales-Ferguson has been named associate vice chancellor of institutional equity effective March 20, 2023.
Gillian Boscan, JD, is WashU’s new director of investigations and conflict resolution in the Office of Institutional Equity.
Julie-Ellen Acosta has been named assistant vice chancellor effective March 1.
Join a WashU Toastmasters club today!
Parents might worry about how many hours their kids spend on their tablets, smartphones, or TV, but research has shown that the amount of time a kid spends on their screen may be less important than how dependent the child is on the screen. How do you know if your child is addicted to their […]
WashU employees who been impacted by the recent earthquakes in Turkey and Syria have resources available to them and eligible family members.
WashU has launched an Institute for Leadership Excellence, which provides immersive professional development opportunities for employees across the university.
Kathy Clark, Washington University School of Medicine, manager of medical apprenticeships, honored y St. Louis Business Journal
In honor of National Heart Month, WashU’s employee Well-being Team is highlighting important steps and resources to help you take care of your heart. Eating healthier, exercising more and getting regular check-ups are key steps toward a healthy heart. In addition, reducing stress and considering our emotional connection to ourselves play a vital role in […]
WashU earned five out of five stars on the Campus Pride Index, a tool run by the national nonprofit group Campus Pride that measures LGBTQ programs, policies and practices at 400 U.S. colleges and universities
Managers can find helpful tips for how to identify and help employees with changes in behavior that may be signs of alcohol or drug misuse.
WashU Wellness Champions are eligible to apply for start-up funds for projects that promote innovative, personalized solutions to their unique work group. HR’s Well-being team offers financial support to Wellness Champions who are in good standing and interested in start-up funds to address the wellness needs of their workgroup. Read about the Champion Fund Projects […]
This memo outlines important information regarding the influenza (flu) vaccination policy and employee compliance. The deadline to receive the vaccine and upload proof in ReadySet is 5 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 16, 2022. Per university policy, all WashU faculty, staff and trainees in a hybrid or on-site position at a School of Medicine location must receive this year’s influenza vaccine. […]
Help kids rise to the occasion, and don’t aim too high. Caroline Miller, Child Mind Institute Let’s acknowledge that the holidays can be stressful for many people for varying reasons, and this includes parents and children. Why are the holidays so fraught? Because expectations are heightened, and holidays can feel like a test of how […]
12 Days of Learning challenge: daily 5-minute exercises
As a WashU manager, talk with your team members and provide resources they might need to thrive. We have provided some tips to help guide your conversations.
A series of financial security tips Your FICO score is a credit scoring technique used to evaluate applicants for almost any type of loan. Each of the three major credit-reporting agencies evaluates these factors and determines your credit score; therefore, you may have three different scores. FICO scores range from 300 to 850, with a […]
A series of financial security tips One pillar of financial society is built on the idea of credit: student loans, credit cards, home mortgages, and other kinds of financing arrangements that allow us to spend more than we may have readily available in cash. Understanding how to establish and maintain a healthy line of credit […]
a series of financial security tips With millions of identity theft cases reported each year, a security freeze can be a useful measure in preventing identity theft. While not for every consumer, the security freeze is considered the strongest measure one can take in protecting a credit file. How it Works A security freeze works […]
A series of financial security tips Whether you have misplaced a credit card or had a purse or wallet stolen, the loss of personal identification and financial information can be a major concern. Knowing the right precautions to take can help safeguard your financial freedom and prevent devastating losses to your cash reserves and credit […]
Take time to refresh and reinvigorate yourself during the fall 2022 wellness challenge, Renew.
A guide to energizing your fitness routine, by Meghann Feely, associate director of fitness & operations at sumers recreation center While it can be hard to find the time (or motivation) for movement, a good goal is to fit in at least 30 minutes of moderate activity each day, like brisk walking or cycling. More […]