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Join BSFO in getting fit while giving back

The Black Staff and Faculty Organization invites colleagues to participate in a virtual health and wellness fitness challenge in support of the BSFO Scholarship Fund.

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Caregivers: Learn to care for yourself, too

A new course offered by UCOP Learning and Development will help caregivers find work-life balance and build resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Help manage stress with LinkedIn Learning resources

The first Wednesday of November is National Stress Awareness Day. Learn to better understand and manage your stress with helpful resources from LinkedIn Learning.

Share your experiences with UC’s medical services

Share your experiences with UC’s benefits through the University of California Health (UCH) employee survey.

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This Friday: Join BSFO for a Breast Cancer Awareness Month event

For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Black Staff and Faculty Organization welcomes Zhonnet “Z” Harper of the Alameda Health System, along with breast cancer survivors.

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Tips for coping with election stress

If you’re stressed out by the upcoming presidential election, you’re not alone. These questions will help you check in with yourself—and perhaps boost your resilience.

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New ergonomics classes for healthy working at home

All employees are encouraged to complete Healthy Working Ergonomics, our new ergonomics training and self-evaluation e-course.

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Join us for a new workshop: Self-care during COVID-19

Even if you’re not caring for children or other family members, the COVID-19 pandemic poses many challenges. During a new workshop, Ola Popoola will offer tips for coping and resilience.

Why getting a flu vaccine is more important than ever in 2020

We may not have a vaccine for COVID-19, but we do have one for the flu. Help vulnerable populations this fall by getting your flu shot.