Transitioning to a New Way of Work

While we've faced significant challenges over the last year, we've also been offered an opportunity to reevaluate the way we work, collaborate, and connect across FAS. We look forward to finding new ways to work while continuing to to foster the FAS mission of excellence in scholarship and research.

As we begin to return to campus in greater numbers, new questions and needs may have arisen. Below, you will find information to help you navigate the new work landscape, whether it’s on campus, remote, or a combination of both.

Remote and Flexwork

FAS HR has curated a list of remote and flexwork resources for managers and staff, including information on managing virtual teams, best practices for working virtually, managing a remote work/life balance, and more. Please see the Remote and Flexwork page for more information.

Dependent Care

Your dependent care needs may have changed over the last several months. Harvard has many resources available to help ensure that you have the support you need to care for the important people in your life.

Health and Wellness

Physical and mental health are top priorities for our FAS community. Harvard provides many resources to make sure staff feel healthy and supported in all areas of their lives.

Transportation

COVID may have changed the way you decide to commute to campus. Harvard Transportation and Parking office offers a variety of transportation options, including new options that increase flexibility for parking, public transportation, and biking.

Please review the Harvard Transportation and Parking website in order to receive up-to-date information about on-campus parking options, public transit options, and more.

Professional Development

Whether you’re working on campus or remotely, there are many ways to stay connected, learn new skills, and advance your career at FAS and Harvard. Find more information on opportunities available for FAS staff at the Learning and Development section of the FAS HR website.