With three campus locations, Baby Gator Child Development Centers offer high-quality care to children ages six weeks to five years.
As one of the leading universities in the country that promotes work/life balance for all its employees, UF supports and encourages breastfeeding upon return to work.
UF recently deployed several private, peaceful lactation rooms for working mothers throughout campus.
With a flexible spending account, dependent care expenses for child or elder care may be reimbursed from pre-tax savings.
Intended to make opportunities for employment accessible to relocating life partners of new UF faculty members.
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides a wide range of services, including individual employee evaluation and referral, consultation services for supervisors, workshops, training sessions and support groups.
Up to 12 workweeks of unpaid, job-protected leave a year, with group health benefits maintained during the leave period.
Including childcare and education supplies and services discounts.
Provides children of full-time TEAMS employees with the opportunity of tuition assistance for an undergraduate education at the University of Florida.
Dependent children of full-time, permanent status employees are eligible to apply.
Starting the search for summer camps for your school-age children? UFHR Communication Services and WorkLife is pleased to provide this quick-and-easy reference for parents.