The Office of Talent & Innovation (HR) is available to assist employees and managers during this remote work period. Please contact us for assistance via phone or email. Additionally, below are a list of resources to assist during the Coronavirus pandemic.
- COVID-19 Key Benefits Details
- Coronavirus and What It Means
- Work Healthy from Home
- MDLive Virtual Physician Visits
- Employee Assistance Program Video Counseling
- Coronavirus Leave Guide
- Mindfulness During COVID-19 Presentation
- Working in a Remote Environment
- Working in a Remote Environment Recorded Presentation
- Remote Resources for Managers
- Remote Resources for Managers Recorded Presentation
Recruiting, Hiring & Off-Boarding
Learning and Development
Rent an E-book, look up articles, etc. via your local library’s online resources.
Learn more about the oceans with different educational materials for children.
With pretty much every subject available, Khan Academy is amazing for these no school times.
Boston Globe has some good ideas for a new at-home exercise routine.
Visit Planet Fitness’s Facebook page at 6pm for their daily free online class.
Just because you can't be there in person, doesn't mean you can't enjoy OrangeTheory Online.
Get outside and take a walk, do yoga, go for a jog. Just remember to stay 6 ft away from people, wash your hands, and don’t touch your face!
- Visit your favorite animals via live cam at the San Diego Zoo, the Monterey Bay Aquarium, or just view some puppies.
- Did you run out of ideas on how to entertain your kids? This website might have some good ideas for you!
- Just because museums are closed, doesn’t mean you can’t see them. Come take a virtual tour of the Louvre.
- Travel is limited but you can still take a virtual tour of Yosemite!
- Want to visit one of twelve famous museums? Well this website has virtual tours of all of them
- If the locations above didn't sound exciting, here is over thirty virtual tours of various locations!
- Famous actors/actresses reading children's books! What more could you want?
For a broader range of resources, please visit UT System Administration Resources.