November 20, 2019

workplace

  1. November 11, 2019

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the university.

  2. October 28, 2019

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the university.

  3. September 30, 2019

    Get up to $5,000 to implement ergonomic-friendly solutions

    Departments and units that want to solve ergonomic issues can apply for a grant of up to $5,000 through the MHealthy Ergonomics Awareness Program.

  4. September 3, 2019

    Welcome back! Tips and updates for a new academic year

  5. September 3, 2019

    Thriving in the workplace: Maintaining well-being at work

    While faculty and staff at the University of Michigan work every day to promote scholarship and learning, employees can take advantage of several university programs to nurture their careers, health and emotional well-being.

  6. July 8, 2019

    Health-minded employees sought for MHealthy Champions

    Now through Aug. 16, MHealthy is looking for staff and faculty to serve as MHealthy Champions, helping to support a culture of health within their area.

  7. February 6, 2019

    Study finds fostering social change at work takes more than money

    More workplaces are being asked to use their considerable economic impact to address social issues, and how management is asked to help makes a difference, a U-M  researcher says.

  8. May 1, 2018

    Study shows workplace flexibility bias not just a mother’s problem

    Work-life balance is not an issue exclusive to women, particularly mothers — even men and those without children can suffer when they feel their workplace culture is not family friendly, according to a new study.

  9. February 22, 2018

    Learning from the best in the gig economy

    New research by the Ross School of Business’ Sue Ashford and her colleagues could help show people how to thrive as independent workers in the growing gig economy.

  10. September 28, 2017

    Relax or learn? How best to cope with stress at work

    U-M researchers have found that doing more on-the-job learning led to less counterproductive workplace behavior in reaction to stress than did relaxation.