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UnDeniably Well

By Employee Wellbeing

Welcome to the UnDeniably Well podcast, presented by the University of Delaware's Employee Health & Wellbeing team. Listen to conversations with experts from the UD community that are designed to help spark your curiosity, invest in yourself and others, explore connections and you feel your absolute best. Stay tuned and subscribe for new episodes every other Monday.
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Nourishing Newark with Blue Hen Bounty
Nourishing Newark with Blue Hen Bounty
Welcome to episode 26 of UnDeniably Well podcast from University of Delaware’s Employee Health & Wellbeing! In this episode, Claire Coupard, graduate assistant for Employee Health and Wellbeing is joined by Asli McCullers, UD graduate student and assistant coordinator of Blue Hen Bounty. Through discussion, they explore the role of Blue Hen Bounty on campus and its various resources. Learn how you can support and partner with Blue Hen Bounty by creating a food drive or sharing food insecurity with your team or class. Episode Transcript Resources: Link to website with resource and contact information: https://bluehenbounty.weebly.com/ Blue Hen Bounty Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bluehenbounty/ Blue Hen Bounty hours are 9-12PM M-F, and 5-6PM on Wednesdays! We operate out of St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 276 S College Ave (across the street from Warner Hall)--if those hours don't work for you, send us an email at blue-hen-bounty@udel.edu and we'll find another time!
20:05
November 16, 2022
Thinking in the Grey
Thinking in the Grey
Welcome to episode 25 of the Undeniably Well podcast from the University of Delaware’s Employee Health & Wellbeing Team! In this episode, Ryan Shuler, Associate Director of Employee Health & Wellbeing is joined by Dr. Timothy J. Shaffer, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Chair of Civil Discourse and an Associate Professor in the Joseph R. Biden Junior School of Public Policy and Administration at the University of Delaware, to talk through how to engage in deeper listening to have more thought provoking and productive conversations, especially when speaking with those whose perspectives differ from our own. @UDBidenSchool | #SNFIthacaUD Episode Transcript Resources: National Institute for Civil Discourse National Issues Forums Braver Angels Books mentioned: Deliberative Pedagogy: Teaching and Learning for Democratic Engagement Creating Space for Democracy: A Primer on Dialogue and Deliberation in Higher Education Grassroots Engagement and Social Justice through Cooperative Extension Timothy J. Shaffer’s Webpage
38:40
October 14, 2022
Huddle Up With Coach Mike
Huddle Up With Coach Mike
Welcome to episode 24 of UnDeniably Well podcast from University of Delaware’s Employee Health & Wellbeing! In this episode, Ryan Shuler, Associate Director of Employee Health & Wellbeing is joined by Mike Barroqueiro, head coach of the University of Delaware Women’s Soccer Team. Together they discuss the importance of community and connection and what that means from the perspective of an athletic faculty member. Learn how you can support other Blue Hens from the attendance of an athletic match to simply walking across campus to say hello. Episode Transcript Resources: University of Delaware Women’s Soccer Upcoming Home Matches 9/29 vs. Elon; 7:00 p.m.; 150 Free Vintage Shirts 10/2 vs. Towson; 1:00 p.m.; 150 Free UD Shirts 10/6 vs. Stony Brook; 6:00 p.m. 10/9 vs. Hofstra; 1:00 p.m.; 100 Free UDairy Scoops + Two Camels present
21:36
September 16, 2022
Preserving Your Summer Produce
Preserving Your Summer Produce
Welcome to episode 23 of the UnDeniabilty Well podcast from the University of Delaware’s Employee Health & Wellbeing Team! In this episode, Ryan Shuler, Associate Director of Employee Health & Wellbeing is joined by Jen Muzzi, chef, registered dietitian, and Nutrition Outreach Coordinator for Employee Health & Wellbeing, to talk about physical wellbeing and food. Together they discuss preserving our summer produce for use all year round and sustainability when it comes to our shopping decisions. Episode Transcript Resources: UD Cooperative Extension – how to store, clean, and can fruits/veggies National Center for Home Food Preservation Find local Delaware Farmer’s Markets
15:28
August 08, 2022
Where are We With Wellbeing?
Where are We With Wellbeing?
Welcome to episode 22 of the UnDeniably Well podcast from the University of Delaware’s Employee Health & Wellbeing Team! In this episode, Ryan Shuler, Associate Director of Employee Health & Wellbeing, is joined by Beth Finkle, Director of Employee Health & Wellbeing, and Kathy Matt, Dean of the College of Health Sciences. This episode’s discussion centers around three parts: 1.) looking back at where Employee Health and Wellbeing has come from; 2.) discussing what is ahead; and 3.) talking about legacy and purpose as Dean Matt retires from her role and transitions out of the College of Health Science. Episode 22 Transcript Resources: UD Health Clinics Campus Coalition for Mental Health and Wellbeing LinkedIn Learning What is Net Promoter Score? Okanagan Charter
37:04
July 25, 2022
Prioritizing Play for Kids
Prioritizing Play for Kids
Welcome to episode 21 of the UnDeniably Well podcast from the University of Delaware’s Employee Health & Wellbeing Team! In this episode, Ryan Shuler, Associate Director of Employee Health & Wellbeing, is joined by three employees from New Directions Early Head Start here at the University of Delaware, Lori Keller, Anmarie Stiller, and Esther Lauser, who share their expertise, their favorite activities, discuss why play is so important to the development and growth of a child, and talk about ways to keep our kids engaged and learning through play over the summer months. Resources: University of Delaware’s Head Start Website List of Delaware State Parks Delaware State Parks Park Passes for Out-of-State Employees (click Non-Resident Taxpayer Program) Episode 21 Transcript
30:13
July 12, 2022
Commemorating Juneteenth
Commemorating Juneteenth
Welcome to episode 20 of the UnDeniably Well podcast from the University of Delaware’s Employee Health & Wellbeing Team! In this episode, Ryan Shuler, Associate Director of Employee Health & Wellbeing, is joined by guest, Dr. Kathryn Benjamin Golden, Assistant Professor of Africana Studies at the University of Delaware to discuss Juneteenth. Listen to learn more about the history of this commemorative day; ways we can support our Black students and colleagues; and how Juneteenth contributes to feelings of belonging and other markers of wellbeing. Resources: Delaware Juneteenth Association  Department of Africana Studies UD’s Center for Black Culture Office of Intuitional Equity Black Table Talks Video On Juneteenth by Annette Gordon-Reed Episode 20 Transcript
38:54
June 16, 2022
Happy Pride!
Happy Pride!
Welcome to episode 19 of the UnDeniably Well podcast from the University of Delaware’s Employee Health & Wellbeing Team! In this episode, Ryan Shuler, Associate Director of Employee Health & Wellbeing, is joined by guest, Em Rowe, Academic Advisor, College of Arts and Sciences and Chair of the UD Pride Caucus to discuss inclusion, belonging and all things pride month. Happy Pride! Resources Delaware Pride Festival 2022 UD Pride Caucus Episode Transcript
26:56
June 01, 2022
Opening Up about Workplace Accommodations
Opening Up about Workplace Accommodations
Welcome to episode 18 of the UnDeniably Well podcast from the University of Delaware’s Employee Health & Wellbeing Team! In this episode, Ryan Shuler, Associate Director of Employee Health & Wellbeing, is joined by guest, Caitlin Tharp, Master’s student and Employee Health & Wellbeing Graduate Assistant, to discuss personal limitations; how to uncover your superpower; and why you should be vocal about asking for support. Episode 18 Transcript Resources: Office of Disability Support Services University of Delaware’s Family and Medical Leave Policy
28:19
May 12, 2022
Be a Part of the Heart of UD
Be a Part of the Heart of UD
Welcome to episode 17 of the UnDeniably Well podcast from the University of Delaware’s Employee Health & Wellbeing Team! In this episode, Ryan Shuler, Associate Director of Employee Health & Wellbeing, is joined by guest Julie Donohue, Associate Director of Annual Giving with Development and Alumni Relations. Together, they talk about I Heart UD Giving Day, and why this day is a great example of the power of the UD community.  Episode 17 Transcript Visit the I Heart UD Giving Day Webpage to view this year's projects.
17:44
April 28, 2022
Working with Work Arrangements
Working with Work Arrangements
Welcome to episode 16 of the UnDeniably Well podcast from the University of Delaware’s Employee Health & Wellbeing Team! In this episode, Ryan Shuler is joined by Beth Finkle, Associate Director and Director of Employee Health & Wellbeing, to discuss how to make work arrangements meet your individual teams needs and give tangible steps for both team members and managers as you navigate these new arrangements. Episode 16 Transcript Resources: Future of Working at UD Webpage ComPsych’s Website ComPsych: Return to Campus
29:02
April 14, 2022
The "Right Time" is Now to Seek Help for Mental Health
The "Right Time" is Now to Seek Help for Mental Health
Welcome to episode 15 of the UnDeniably Well podcast from the University of Delaware’s Employee Health & Wellbeing Team! In this episode, Ryan Shuler, Associate Director of Employee Health & Wellbeing, is joined by two of EHW’s students, Claire Coupard, a first-year Master of Health Promotion student, and Claudia Hall, a second-semester senior in Health Behavior Science, to speak about their own mental health, getting caught in comparison, and resources available at UD. This episode is an informal follow-up to Episode 13: Speak Up About Mental Health. The "right time" is now to seek help for mental health. Episode 15 Transcript Resources: ComPsych's Website UD's Center for Counseling & Student Development CCSD's Off-Campus Provider Directory Employee Health & Wellbeing's Website Referenced podcast episode with Sue Mulhern from NAMI Numbers to Know: Delaware Crisis Intervention Services: NCC 800-652-2929 OR Kent/Sussex Counties 800-345-6785 Crisis Services in the US; TEXT 741-741 OR call 800-273-TALK NAMI Helpline (non-crisis) 900 - 400 Mon - Fri (888)427-2643 OR En Espanol (302)415-4356 ComPsych (24/7, confidential) 877 5274742
31:16
April 01, 2022
Connection is a Two-Way Street
Connection is a Two-Way Street
Welcome to episode 14 of the UnDeniably Well podcast from the University of Delaware's Employee Health & Wellbeing Team! Ryan Shuler, Associate Director of Employee Health & Wellbeing, is joined by Barret Michalec, Associate Professor and Center Director for Center for Advancing Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research at ASU. Together they talk about the topic of belongingness: What is it? Why is it important? How can it be cultivated and what are the action steps that both the individual and organization needs to take to create a sense of belongingness at UD, at other institutions, to really engage people and have people feel like they're a part of something bigger than themselves. Episode 14 Transcript Resources: Office of Institutional Equity Campus Coalition for Wellbeing and Mental Health Opportunities for Campus Connection: RSVP: Pride Caucus LGBTQ+ Family Group Interest Meeting Wednesday, March 23, 2022 from noon to 1 p.m. Diversity Caucasus Group Fitness Classes UD Athletics Site  UD Events Calendar Employee Health & Wellbeing Programs
33:50
March 17, 2022
Speak Up About Mental Health
Speak Up About Mental Health
Welcome to episode 13 of the UnDeniably Well podcast from the University of Delaware's Employee Health & Wellbeing Team! Ryan Shuler, Associate Director of Employee Health & Wellbeing, is joined by Jess Pieper, Wellbeing Coordinator, and Sue Mulhern, an expert from NAMI Delaware. This episode covers mental health, specifically in the workplace. Sue talks through her own mental health story, how she was really motivated to do this work; and then all three have a very real discussion about what is happening with employees' mental health. Episode 13 Transcript Resources: Sign up for one of NAMI DE’s Mental Health First Trainings NAMI's Website Employee Health & Wellbeing's Website ComPsych's Website Working at UD Mental Health Resource Guide Purposeful App Numbers to Know: Delaware Crisis Intervention Services: NCC 800-652-2929 OR Kent/Sussex Counties 800-345-6785 Crisis Services in the US; TEXT 741-741 OR call 800-273-TALK NAMI Helpline (non-crisis) 900 - 400 Mon - Fri (888)427-2643 OR En Espanol (302)415-4356 ComPsych (24/7, confidential) 877 5274742
33:22
March 01, 2022
Co-Create Your Community
Co-Create Your Community
Welcome to episode 12 of the UnDeniably Well podcast from the University of Delaware's Employee Health & Wellbeing Team! In this episode, Beth Finkle, Director of Employee Health & Wellbeing, is speaking with Rita Landgraf, professor in the College of Health Sciences and director of the UD Partnership for Healthy Communities. Together they discuss what it means to be a community, how we all can be leaders, and the differences between "Big P" and "little p" policy. Episode 12 Transcript Resources: Partnership for Healthy Communities Website PHC Vision & Mission and Annual Report Brene Brown: Dare to Lead How to Be More Tree book Register for Managing Well Campus Coalition for Wellbeing and Mental Health
53:04
February 18, 2022
Be the Lighthouse
Be the Lighthouse
Welcome to episode 11 of the UnDeniably Well podcast from the University of Delaware's Employee Health & Wellbeing Team! In this episode, Beth Finkle, Director of Employee Health & Wellbeing, is speaking with Brian Miani, Assistant Chemical Hygiene Officer for Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) and Wellbeing Ambassador. Together they discuss small steps we can all take to strengthen our community and take advantage of the resources available to us at UD, as well as Brian's own experience with wellbeing. Episode 11 Transcript Resources: UD's Environmental Health & Safety Diversity Caucuses  Library Equipment Rental
39:19
February 07, 2022
What the Heck is Hygge?
What the Heck is Hygge?
Welcome to episode 10 of the UnDeniably Well podcast from the University of Delaware's Employee Health &Wellbeing Team! If you've been wondering, what the heck is Hygge, this episode is for you! Laura Soltys, Wellbeing Coordinator, is talking to our resident hygge-expert, Nancy Koller. Nancy will take you through some of the ways Hygge has changed her life and simple ways you can start practicing too! Episode 10 Transcript Resources: Get your own copy of The Little Book of Hygge: Danish Secrets to Happy Living by Meik Wiking | Hardcover Book | Audio Book January's Wellbeing Weekly's | Week 1: Hygge and the Five Senses | Week 2: Hygge and Connection | Week 3: Hygge Outside Contact Nancy directly: NJK@udel.edu Contact us through the Wellbeing Inbox, Wellbeing@UDel.edu
32:11
January 21, 2022
Good Intentions: Kicking Off the New Year!
Good Intentions: Kicking Off the New Year!
Welcome to episode 9 of the UnDeniably Well podcast from the University of Delaware's Employee Health & Wellbeing Team! In our first episode of 2022, Beth Finkle and Ryan Shuler, Director and Associate Director of Employee Health & Wellbeing, discuss their intentions for the upcoming year. Episode 9 Transcript Mentioned in this episode: 1000 Hours Outside Challenge Tracker UD CAN Mentoring Equity and Inclusion Podcast Mini-Series: Episodes 6, 7, & 8 of the Undeniably Well Podcast Contact us through the Wellbeing Inbox, Wellbeing@UDel.edu
37:14
January 07, 2022
We Have Two Ears and One Mouth for a Reason with Dr. Regina Wright
We Have Two Ears and One Mouth for a Reason with Dr. Regina Wright
The third and final installment of our diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) mini-series in which Beth Finkle, Director, UD Employee Health & Wellbeing and Dr. Regina Sims Wright, Associate Dean, Diversity & Inclusion, College of Health Sciences discuss the importance of nurturing an inclusive environment. Listen in to hear how a wide range of approaches has helped the College of Health Sciences create a sustainable DEI strategy. Episode 8 Transcript Resources Diversity & Inclusion, College of Health Sciences | Anti-Racism Resources and Tools Office of Institutional Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Office of Equity and Inclusion Resources | LEAD Ally Training UD Anti-Racism Initiative | “Deconstruct your syllabus- a practical guide for change in the classroom” UD ADVANCE Institute | Faculty Hiring Best Practices
53:38
December 10, 2021
Equity and Inclusion Series, Part 2 of 3: Protecting Your Energy: Coping Strategies and Self-Care
Equity and Inclusion Series, Part 2 of 3: Protecting Your Energy: Coping Strategies and Self-Care
Welcome to the 7th episode of UnDeniably Well podcast. This conversation is a continuation from Part 1 of this series and explores healthy coping strategies, setting boundaries, and prioritizing wellbeing, especially for employees of color. Episode 7 Transcript List of Resources For additional support, reach out to your HR Business Partner Diversity Caucuses https://sites.udel.edu/oei/diversity-caucuses/ African Heritage Caucus https://sites.udel.edu/ahc/ Asian American Pacific Islander Caucus https://sites.udel.edu/apih/ International Caucus http://sites.udel.edu/iss/ Latino/Hispanic Heritage http://sites.udel.edu/lhh Pride Caucus http://sites.udel.edu/pride Muslim Heritage http://sites.udel.edu/mh Religious/Spiritual Life http://www.udel.edu/spirituallife Women’s Caucus  http://sites.udel.edu/women Disability  https://sites.udel.edu/disability/ UD's Health Coaching Clinic University of Delaware Anti-Racism Initiative (UDARI) https://sites.udel.edu/antiracism-initiative/ Mindfulness Resources Liberate Meditation App Black Lives Matter Meditation for Healing Racial Trauma Employee Mental Health Resources Employee Assistance Program Working at UD Mental Health Resource Guide Definitions Microaggressions: a subtle verbal or nonverbal behavior committed consciously or not, that is directed at a member of a marginalized group, and has harmful derogatory effect Emotional Labor: the process of managing feelings and expressions to fulfill the emotional requirements of a job Vicarious or Secondary Trauma- the experience of trauma symptoms that result from exposure to other people’s trauma and re-telling of traumatic events Rumination: to think carefully and deeply about something Code Switching: changing speaking patterns, dress or behavior to match the predominant culture of a space Burnout: Prolonged or chronic exhaustion often associated with a person’s work Equity: a practice of fairness that recognizes differences Tokenism: the symbolic inclusion of a single person of a marginalized group based on a single characteristic like race, gender or age BIPOC: Black, Indigenous, People of Color
24:59
November 24, 2021
Equity and Inclusion Series, Part 1 of 3: Emotional Labor in the Workplace within the BIPOC Community
Equity and Inclusion Series, Part 1 of 3: Emotional Labor in the Workplace within the BIPOC Community
Welcome to the 6th episode of the UnDeniably Well podcast. This episode is an open and honest conversation about experiences with microaggression, psychological safety, and mental health for employees of color on campus. Definitions Microaggressions: a subtle verbal or nonverbal behavior committed consciously or not, that is directed at a member of a marginalized group, and has harmful derogatory effect Emotional Labor: the process of managing feelings and expressions to fulfill the emotional requirements of a job Vicarious or Secondary Trauma- the experience of trauma symptoms that result from exposure to other people’s trauma and re-telling of traumatic events Rumination: to think carefully and deeply about something Code Switching: changing speaking patterns, dress or behavior to match the predominant culture of a space Burnout: Prolonged or chronic exhaustion often associated with a person’s work Equity: a practice of fairness that recognizes differences Tokenism: the symbolic inclusion of a single person of a marginalized group based on a single characteristic like race, gender or age BIPOC: Black, Indigenous, People of Color Episode 6 Transcript List of Resources Diversity Caucuses https://sites.udel.edu/oei/diversity-caucuses/ African Heritage Caucus https://sites.udel.edu/ahc/ Asian American Pacific Islander Caucus https://sites.udel.edu/apih/ International Caucus http://sites.udel.edu/iss/ Latino/Hispanic Heritage http://sites.udel.edu/lhh Pride Caucus http://sites.udel.edu/pride Muslim Heritage http://sites.udel.edu/mh Religious/Spiritual Life http://www.udel.edu/spirituallife Women’s Caucus  http://sites.udel.edu/women Disability  https://sites.udel.edu/disability/ University of Delaware Anti-Racism Initiative (UDARI) https://sites.udel.edu/antiracism-initiative/ Mindfulness Resources Liberate Meditation App Black Lives Matter Meditation for Healing Racial Trauma Employee Mental Health Resources Employee Assistance Program Working at UD Mental Health Resource Guide
28:46
November 05, 2021
Fitting in Fitness
Fitting in Fitness
Welcome to the fifth episode of the UnDeniably Well Podcast from the Employee Health & Wellbeing Team! In this episode, Chelsea Finch, Fitness Coordinator, and Kelly Dixon, Wellbeing Coordinator, discuss how they incorporate physical activity into their busy days and tips for you to do the same, as well as the resources available to UD employees. Episode 5 Transcript Resources EHW On-Demand Fitness Library (Link) Employee Fitness Center at UD (EFC) (Link)  Online and In-Person Fitness Class Schedule (Link)  EHW Personal Training (Link)  Athletics and Recreation (Link) UD Clinics: Exercise Counseling (Link) Health Coaching (Link)  Calendar apps for scheduling (Link) CDC activity recommendations (Link)  Contact us through the Wellbeing Inbox, Wellbeing@UDel.edu
34:19
October 21, 2021
Sometimes You Need to be the Turtle
Sometimes You Need to be the Turtle
Welcome to the fourth episode of the UnDeniably Well Podcast from the Employee Health & Wellbeing Team! In this episode, EHW's Kelly Dixon and Tara Leonard, Clinical Instructor and Certified Health Coach at UD's CHCRTC, discuss parents in the workplace; making small, but meaningful, changes; and giving yourself grace when your plate is full. Episode 4 Transcript Resources: Contact today's guest, Tara Leonard, for interest in receiving health coaching: email (health-coaching@udel.edu); phone (302.831.3891) UD Health Clinics: Health Coaching Clinic (Link) Nutrition Counseling (Link) Exercise Counseling (Link) Physical Therapy (Link) Nurse Managed Primary Care (Link) ComPsych (Link: https://dhr.delaware.gov/benefits/compsych/index.shtml ) Purposeful | Text “UDEL” to 734.436.3939 to get started Contact us through the Wellbeing Inbox, Wellbeing@UDel.edu
25:41
October 07, 2021
Be Your Own Hype-Person with Amy Stengel
Be Your Own Hype-Person with Amy Stengel
Welcome to the third episode of the UnDeniably Well podcast from the University of Delaware’s Employee Health & Wellbeing Team. Beth Finkle, Director of Employee Health and Wellbeing, is joined by Amy Stengel, Program Director of the Women’s Leadership Initiative. Together they discuss mindful and empathetic leadership; self-awareness and self-advocacy in the context of strengths; and the intersection of diversity, equity, and inclusion with wellbeing. Episode 3 Transcript Resources: Women’s Leadership Initiative Office of Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion HR Talent Development Career Services from Lerner Purposeful | Text “UDEL” to 734.436.3939 to get started The Future of Working at UD  Employee Health and Wellbeing (Website) Contact us through the Wellbeing Inbox, Wellbeing@UDel.edu
35:49
September 23, 2021
Did We Just Become Best Friends? Relationships in the Workplace
Did We Just Become Best Friends? Relationships in the Workplace
Welcome to this week's *special bonus* episode of the UnDeniably Well Podcast! In this episode, Beth Finkle & Ryan Shuler, the Director and Associate Director of UD's Employee Health & Wellbeing, discuss the evolution of and benefits they've received from their own relationship; bringing the whole person to work; as well as offer tips on how you can build relationships, both personal and professional, within your teams to live a more purposeful and fulfilling life. Episode 2 Transcript Resources mentioned: TEDtalk Joki-Ann Burey: The myth of bringing your full, authentic self to work (Link) Gallop Why We Need Best Friends at Work (Link) Purposeful | Text “UDEL” to 734.436.3939 to get started Are you a supervisor or manager interested in learning how to foster friendship and engagement on your team? Join us for Managing Well, starting 10/7/2021 | Visit our programs page for more information Employee Health and Wellbeing (Website) Contact us through the Wellbeing Inbox, Wellbeing@UDel.edu
50:11
September 16, 2021
Navigating the New Way to Work
Navigating the New Way to Work
Welcome to the first episode of the UnDeniably Well podcast from Employee Health & Wellbeing! Beth Finkle, director of Employee Health & Wellbeing, is joined by Anna Greenwald, founder and CEO of On the Goga, to discuss the ever-evolving workplace; bringing wellbeing into open conversations at work; and tips to remain present and mindful of your wellbeing needs. Episode 1 Transcript Resources: On the Goga Website (Link: https://www.onthegoga.com/ ) On the Goga August Newsletter | Easing Back In (Link) On the Goga Blog -  Leadership Insights | Using Challenge to Innovate (Link) Shawn Achor – Harvard Happiness Expert (Website: https://www.shawnachor.com/ ) The Future of Working at UD (Link: https://www.udel.edu/faculty-staff/human-resources/future-of-working/ ) ComPsych (Link: https://dhr.delaware.gov/benefits/compsych/index.shtml ) Purposeful | Text “UDEL” to 734.436.3939 to get started Managing Well | Starting 10/7/2021 | Visit our programs page for more information (Link: https://sites.udel.edu/wellbeing/wellbeing_programs/#details ) Employee Health and Wellbeing Website (Link: https://sites.udel.edu/wellbeing/ ) Contact us through the Wellbeing Inbox, Wellbeing@UDel.edu
43:31
September 07, 2021