Achieve a Healthy Mix of Work, Personal Life, and Academic Pursuits
The Office of Work, Life and Engagement promotes Johns Hopkins’ commitment to a working and learning environment supportive of its faculty, researchers, administrators, staff, and students in their pursuit of productive and fulfilling professional and personal lives.
Our programs and services focus on creating and sustaining a healthy mix of work, personal life, and academic pursuits—all in an effort to support each person’s need for work-life effectiveness. University and health system employees can access programs and services at no cost as part of your HR benefits package.
From starting and growing a family, to caring for an aging loved one, to helping you through difficult times, we look forward to partnering with you.
Our Services Include:
Mar 22, 2017Johns Hopkins researchers have found a link between postpartum depression and reduced levels of the hormone allopregnanolone, which is known for its anti-anxiety effects.
Mar 22, 2017Ian Reynolds, director of WorkLIfe and Community Programs, is interviwed by 1 Million for Work Flexibility.
Feb 28, 2017Take the Work-Life Pledge for the month of March to intentionally focus on your work-life effectiveness.
Feb 24, 2017The Office of Work, Life and Engagement held a ribbon-cutting ceremony in East Baltimore's Turner Concourse for the opening of Johns Hopkins' 25th mothers room.