Michelle Artibee, Assistant Director, Work/Life, Cornell University
Cornell University is looking for a dynamic, highly skilled individual to become our next Work/Life Consultant in Human Resources.
The consultant helps faculty, staff, students, and retirees connect to programs and services available on-campus and in the community in the areas of parenting, adult care, workplace flexibility, transitions to retirement, and more. In addition to consulting, the position has responsibility for specific programs and group facilitation.
Interdisciplinary Biobehavioral Methodologist - Assistant Professor of Biobehavioral Health (Tenure-Track) https://psu.jobs/job/67907
The scholarship and teaching of BBH faculty focuses on how biological, behavioral, psychological, sociocultural, and environmental variables interact to influence health across time scales and levels of analysis. Departmental research focuses on substantive areas in which biology and behavior are inextricably interconnected, such as addiction, stress, mental
Half of the gender wage gap is due to women working in different occupations and sectors than men. Improving women’s access to good middle-skill jobs can help close the wage gap and improve women’s economic security. The IWPR's Pathways to Equity Initiative shows job changes that can improve women’s economic standing and meet employers’ demands for skilled workers.
This year I’ve written some resolutions. The twist is, they’re not for me. They’re for employers. Specifically, they’re for all those employers out there who haven’t yet figured out that work doesn’t always have to be drudgery, that turnover doesn’t always have to be sky-high, and that it’s not only possible for a more humane work environment to co-exist with profits, it’s probable.
Believe it or not, companies who want a shot at getting on next fall’s Working Mother “100 Best Companies” list are getting ready to start applying right now. How do they do it? And why? Here's the scuttlebutt...