As life offers predictable milestones—birth, growing up, education, relationships, family, aging—work has its own progression: choosing a career, starting a job, training, developing competence, advancement, and the transition into retirement.
Life & Work Connections provides lifecycle services to complement the work cycles of UA employees and students.
So wherever you are in the lifecycle—looking for newborn child care, striving to maintain or improve your physical or emotional health, caring for an aging parent, or trying to create a better balance between your work and personal life—we are committed to supporting you.
“For a fourth, consecutive year since the inception of this award,the University of Arizona has been identified as a leadership model regarding its work-life practices by World at Work's Alliance for Work-Life Progress (AWLP).
The award "...commend[s] the University of Arizona for providing a wide variety of workplace policies, programs and practices that support employees across all major aspects of work-life integration."
"I am very pleased to share UA’s national recognition as an exemplary work/life model in higher education, and among other fields such as government, finance and health care. For a fourth consecutive year, the WorldatWork Alliance for Work-Life Progress has recognized UA’s Human Resources employee life-cycle services through Life & Work Connections and its campus partners. This interdisciplinary model contributes to workplace effectiveness and amplifies the University’s support for student and scholarly success."
-Ann Weaver Hart, President of the University of Arizona