August 25, 2021
Healthy Boiler workshop to focus on today’s ‘return to work’
As part of the Healthy Boiler Program, SupportLinc – Purdue’s employee assistance program (EAP) – is offering a workshop to help employees adjust to returning to work. The “Return to Work” workshop will be offered virtually from noon to 1 p.m. Sept. 7 and supports the work-life integration and behavioral health pillars of the Healthy Boiler Program.
Presented by Michelle Zellner, the workshop will address returning to work in today’s environment. As more and more companies are considering post-pandemic operating plans, it is becoming apparent that going back to pre-pandemic norms is not an option. Whether it is assessing the most productive work modalities, the mental health needs of employees or simply understanding how relationships with work and co-workers has changed, successful teams must maintain a responsive and adaptive approach in determining what is best for their corporate system and for the individuals in that system. This workshop will provide participants insights, tools and resources to address those concepts, as well as practical tips and ideas of how to transition into this next phase of how work is done.
Those interested in attending should register here by Sept. 6.
Healthy Boiler workshops are free to all benefits-eligible faculty and staff and dependents covered on a Purdue medical plan.