Employee Assistance Program hosts special sessions, April 17

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Washington State University Human Resource Services will host Washington State Employee Assistance Program Director, Jennifer Nguyen, for two informative sessions this Wednesday, April 17. 

The first session, “Navigating the Constant Pace of Change,” takes place at 9 a.m. in LIghty 405 in Pullman. It will also be livestreamed on Zoom and recorded for future viewership in Percipio. Registration is required to attend in person and access the livestream link. 

Nguyen will talk about the human side of change to help WSU employees better understand the hardships they and others are currently going through. Nguyen will also discuss specific actions that can be taken to navigate change based on individuals’ unique responses to stress as well as resources and support available to employees across the university system. 

The second session, “Actionable Ways to Incorporate Wellness Into Your Workday,” takes place at 1 p.m. in Lighty 405 in Pullman. The presentation will be livestreamed on Zoom and recorded for future viewership in Percipio. Registration is required to attend in person and access the livestream link. 

Nguyen will discuss the importance of personal well-being and explore practical strategies for people to incorporate wellness into their daily routines, ultimately enhancing productivity, satisfaction, and overall quality of life.

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