Text-only version: May 2022
In the May issue of the EAO newsletter, we provide resources to process recent violence in Texas, California, and New York, and bust myths about mental illness.
Text-only version: April 2022
On campus, burnout is often named as a top challenge to maintaining a healthy and engaged workforce. But what exactly is burnout? And what can supervisors do to help with it? In the April edition of the EAO Supervisor newsletter, we offer tips for understanding, recognizing, and addressing burnout.
Text-only version: March 2022
As a supervisor, you can have a role in supporting caregivers in your team by learning what a caregiver is, increasing your awareness of the struggles working caregivers can face, and providing resources for those who may need it. When caregivers get the support that they need, they can be their best selves at work and with their loved ones. The EAO has compiled the following list of resources available for caregivers on campus.
Text-only version: February 2022
The end of winter can be a stressful time for many people. As we settle into the semester, it is common to feel tired, restless, or burned out. All employees, including supervisors, have been reaching out to our office for assistance with these concerns. If you or your colleagues are experiencing a sense of restlessness, you are not alone. This newsletter includes links to resources available to UW employees that can support you during this time of year.
Text-only version: January 2022
In this issue of the Employee Assistance Office's Supervisor Newsletter, we are proud to introduce a new addition to our office. Jamesetta Fousek, EAO Consultant, shares her past experience and new opportunities at the EAO.
Text-only version: December 2021
As we reflect on 2021 and enter a new year, we want to remind you of the different ways that the EAO can support you and your coworkers. This issue of the EAO newsletter shares an overview of EAO services.
Text-only version: November 2021
This month, the EAO offers our tips to effectively handle tough conversations in the workplace. While it can seem difficult or awkward, managers who approach tough conversations with intention, vulnerability, and curiosity can successfully address workplace issues.
Text-only version: September 2021
As many workers return to campus for the first time in months, and some who never left adjust to the changes the fall semester has brought, supervisors may need to support employees in crisis. In this issue of the EAO newsletter, we've shared some guidance from the EAO’s Recognize, Response, Refer: Suicide Prevention Training to help you recognize the signs of suicide and significant distress, respond to an employee or coworker, and refer them to the appropriate resources.
Text-only version: August 2021
In this issue of the Employee Assistance Office's Supervisor Newsletter, we are proud to introduce two new additions to our office. Joshua Schiffman, Director and Consultant, and Cassie Varrige, Office Manager, speak about their past experience and new opportunities at the EAO.
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