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Resources - Achieving Work-Life Balance

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Achieving Work-Life balance is not easy. 
It’s an ongoing process that requires a little juggling, or sometimes, a lot of juggling. But it helps to know that the University recognizes us as individuals with priorities outside the workplace.

We understand the need to balance professional and personal responsibilities.

“The University of Maine is committed to the health and well-being of its employees and students. A key to that commitment is providing work-life balance resources, including family-friendly policies and practices that support personal and professional growth.”

Dr. Susan Hunter
University of Maine President

 

There are benefits to working at the University of Maine.
First and foremost is flexibility.

This brochure developed by Human Resources and the Rising Tide Center highlights some of your options but consider exploring the links below to see how the University’s Family Friendly Policies can help you find balance.

Achieving Work – Life Balance
Growing Families Family Health Taking a Leave
Alternative Assignments Stop the Tenure Clock Dual Careers
Meeting Challenges Supporting Diversity
Faculty Liaison
Employee Support
Your Unique Family

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ADVANCE Rising Tide Center
5703 Alumni Hall, Room 229
Orono, Maine 04469-5703
Phone: 207-581-3439 | Fax: 207-581-3450E-mail: risingtide@maine.edu
The University of Maine
Orono, Maine 04469
207.581.1865