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Work-Life Resources

Work-Life Resources, a program of Human Resources, is dedicated to helping individuals and departments effectively manage personal, family, and community life with work and educational responsibilities. Whether you’re having a baby, helping your aging parent transition to assisted living, or negotiating a flexible work schedule, Work-Life Resources can provide information and resources to point you toward success.

children's art muralAt the University of Oregon and in the Eugene community, arts and culture take center stage. From art and history museums, film, dance, theater programs, and the world-renowned Oregon Bach Festival, there are a variety of opportunities to explore your interests and expand your horizons.

 

Student parents face unique challenges in balancing their school and life commitments. Whether you’re trying to choose the right childcare option, need lactation support on campus or want to connect with other student parents, this site provides information about campus and community resources.

Baby holding parent's handYour family is an important and valuable aspect of your life. The needs of life’s important others often require flexibility in our work life and UO is responsive to providing resources to meet your needs. 

Bicycles on CampusThe health, well-being, and safety of students, faculty and staff are a priority at the University of Oregon. Studies show that people who feel good about themselves are confident and better able to take on life’s daily challenges. They are happier, healthier and more productive.

Family Friendly Policy- Mom and DaughterIn addition to federal and state government legislation, UO has family-friendly policies in place to help support balancing your work and personal life.

Employee Recognition AwardsMotivating and recognizing employees is vital to the development of an effective and positive work environment. Employees’ service make the UO a special place to learn, teach, work and live.