NYU recognizes that the success of the University as a leading edge academic institution is critically linked to the physical health and total well being of the faculty, employees, and their family members who support the endeavor. Carebridge Life Resources, NYU's Employee Assistance Program (EAP), can provide support for personal and family problems common in contemporary life. These confidential services are provided at no cost to you or your family, and are just a toll-free phone call away.
Does the University offer life resources?
What is NYU's workload relief policy?
In order to provide relief to faculty members faced with the additional demands of being primary care-giver to a newborn child, newly adopted child, new foster care or guardianship placement, or newly-established legal custodian care, New York University's workload relief policy permits one (1) semester of workload relief from classroom teaching and administrative committee work, or two (2) semesters of half relief from such duties based on the individual's normal yearly workload at full salary. Workload relief is not considered a leave as faculty members are expected to make themselves available to the extent reasonable and practicable for their customary responsibilities of research, student consultation and advising.
What wellness services are available?
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