Self-Care for Employees
In these unprecedented times, the Office of Human Resources Management is committed to providing our employees with guidance and encouragement.
While we remain devoted to faith and service—living a life beyond ourselves—we know that your physical, emotional and spiritual good health will help us navigate unchartered territory in the months ahead. Take steps to protect yourselves, your families and our community—and help slow the spread of COVID-19.
Additionally, working collaboratively, the Office of the Chief Diversity Officer has developed this one-page resource guide for those interested in learning about the Black Lives Matter Movement, racial inequality and racialized violence, and communal responses toward action and healing.
When you take care of your health, you’ll be mentally and physically ready to care for others. Get ample sleep, exercise regularly and nourish your body by eating healthy, well-balanced meals and drinking plenty of water.
Review our 7 tips for working remotely for more details.
|Need more guidance?
As a Fordham employee, you have access to expert advice and other resources to help manage your overall well-being throughout your work and personal life.
Fears created by the evolving COVID-19 situation are real. We found a few tips to help you keep the stress at bay:
Resources for Fordham Employees
MetLife - Life Works
Telecommuting Options and Remote Office Instructions
Work-from-Home Best Practices
Have a question or need support? Email HR
For more information about COVID-19, including latest updates and advice on how to protect yourself and your family, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.