The MSU Work Life Balance Committee aims to act as liaisons and advocates for faculty, staff and administration looking to balance work and life issues by offering support, information, resources and affecting new policies. Several particular topics fall under the scope of this committee, which includes but are not limited to dependents, mental and physical health, and workplace policies and procedures.
Who’s the Boss, You or Your Gadget?
Given the widespread adoption of smartphones, text messaging, video calling and social media, today’s professionals mean it when they brag about staying connected to work 24/7. Read More
A Balanced Life?
For years, academics have studied it. Plenty of faculty members want it. And many of them don’t know how to get it. Yes, I’m talking about the ever-elusive work-life balance. Read More