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The Work/Life Committee is charged with enriching the lives of staff to foster healthy and productive working environments. At part of its charge, the committee:
recommends policies, programs and services to improve the working lives of staff.
coordinates programming for YUL staff in conjunction with other relevant campus units and groups.
maintains awareness of work/life services at Yale, including monitoring and identifying changes and new initiatives relevant to staff.
ensures that library staff are made aware of new or changing Yale initiatives, program opportunities, and services that may affect them.
gathers information from YUL staff about needs, opportunities, and satisfaction.
supports YUL administration’s advocacy within the broader Yale discussions of work/life issues, as it works to create long-term relationships and opportunities for communication with other relevant groups across the university.
Six to ten members will serve staggered two-year terms, appointed by the Associate University Librarian for Administrative Services. The chair will be appointed by the AUL for Administrative Services from among members who have served a year.