The Office of Human Resources Benefits and Worklife Branch, in partnership with LifeCare, will present a “Raising Children in a Diverse World” webinar from 1-2 p.m. ET on Tuesday, May 24. Register at WorkLife4You and use USPTO as the registration code if you’re not already registered on the LifeCare website.
Teaching children about diversity and tolerance is a critical part of parenting today. This seminar will provide information to teach children about diversity.
Join LifeCare Consultant, Ron Precourt as he discusses the following:
- Helping children to be proud of their heritage
- Introducing children to other cultures, religions and races
- Answering tough questions
- Protecting your child from discrimination
- How to be a good role model.
All seminars are open to USPTO employees and their family members.
For inquiries related to the “Raising Children in a Diverse World” webinar or other USPTO Wellness events, contact the Compensation and Benefits Division. To view program details visit the USPTO Worksite Wellness online site and select calendar of events.
The Office of Human Resources Benefits and Worklife Branch, in partnership with LifeCare, will host a “WorkLife Balance: How to Get the Most Out of Both Sides of Life” webinar Tuesday, June 2, from noon – 1 p.m. ET. Register online to learn more.
LifeCare Consulting Trainer Steve Earley will discuss the challenges of determining what information to share or keep private about your personal lives while at work. For those in the LGBT community, there may be some additional pressures or notions about what to share and what not to. Participants will discuss when sharing aspects of personal life is potentially helpful or harmful.
For inquiries related to the “WorkLife Balance: How to Get the Most Out of Both Sides of Life” webinar or other USPTO Wellness events, contact the Compensation and Benefits Division.
Register at https://lifecare.webex.com/lifecare/onstage/g.php?MTID=ee1c73320d21509c3287035b8563b7300
All seminars are open to USPTO employees and their family members. All participants who are not USPTO employees must obtain visitors’ passes at the nearest security desk.
All programs are physically accessible to employees with disabilities. Requests for sign language interpretation, other auxiliary aids, or special arrangements should be made as far in advance as possible to the Office of Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity (OEEOD) or Tamika Beverly.