Leadership Conversation, When an Employee Tests Positive, Tech Skills, Myth vs. Fact
Duke Leaders Answer Employee Questions During Virtual Conversation Today
President Vincent Price, Provost Sally Kornbluth, Chancellor Eugene Washington, and Executive Vice President Daniel Ennis will host a virtual conversation on Monday, Jan. 25 from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. to discuss questions submitted by employees. Encourage your staff to watch the event live or see the recording afterward.
How PAS Can Help If an Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19
Unfortunately, people who are diagnosed with COVID-19 often suffer from anxieties in addition to their other symptoms. PAS can offer help or obtain the support needed to help your employee overcome these dreads. Read responses to this and other management challenges in this month's issue of the PAS Supervisor Newsletter.
Learn New Tech Skills for the Virtual Era
If you want to get the most from software applications and programs such Box, LinkedIn Learning, Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Qualtrics, you should tune in to the “Learn IT at Lunch” series this spring. Duke's Office of Information Technology’s is offering eight hour-long sessions to help you make full use of tools and resources available at no charge to Duke community members.
Covid-19 Vaccine: Myth vs. Fact
Duke Health is developing a series of videos debunking myths related to the COVID-19 vaccine. Check out the latest "Myth vs. Fact" video that addresses a myth about not needing to mask or practice healthy behaviors after receiving your vaccination.