It’s not always easy to keep your life in balance. It can be challenging to juggle family needs, personal goals and work responsibilities. That’s why Penn offers a variety of work and life resources to help you manage the competing demands of your personal and professional lives.
During National Work and Family Month, learn how Penn can help you balance your priorities at home and in the workplace.
Adoption Assistance—Eligible faculty and staff may be reimbursed for up to $5,000 in qualified expenses.
Backup Care—Through a partnership with Parents in a Pinch, Inc., you have access to temporary in-home backup care services for children and adults—seven days a week, day or night—to help meet your family’s needs while you work.
Employee Assistance Program—Access free, confidential counseling and support for a variety of personal and professional life issues.
Flexible Work Options—We offer guidance on how to set up flexible work arrangements that can help you balance your work and family priorities.
New Child Benefits—Penn offers a full array of family-friendly benefits to help get your family off to the right start, including adoption assistance and a nursing mothers program.
Nursing Mothers Program—If you’re nursing a child, Penn’s Nursing Mothers Program helps you manage your lactation needs at work.
Paid Time Off—From sick and vacation leave to holidays and the special winter vacation, you have access to a wide array of time off benefits to help you manage all your responsibilities.
Worklife Resources—Take advantage of free and confidential support for your everyday needs—from parenting help to financial assistance to legal support.