Mentors Needed: Host a High School Intern
The Center for Community Health and Health Equity (CCHHE) is looking for dedicated mentors for its Student Success Jobs Program. Students work in a department for seven to 10 hours a week after school while gaining knowledge from passionate BWH staff. Students are paid through CCHHE. To learn more, email email@example.com or call 617-264-8739.
YMCA Achievers Award Nominations Due Jan. 30
Do you know a BWH or BWFH employee who has made an outstanding contribution to the organization’s success and has been willing to make a difference in the lives of youth in the Greater Boston area? If so, please take the time to nominate him or her for the 2018 YMCA Achievers Award. Nominations are due Tuesday, Jan. 30. To learn more and to access the nomination form, visit BWHPikeNotes.org.
Preventing the Spread of Flu
This flu season has gotten off to an early, severe start. As a reminder, if you feel sick, it is essential for you to stay home and recover (using your Benefit Time or sick time). This is both for your benefit and for our patients, since passing on the flu to our patients can have grave consequences. If you develop flu-like symptoms (i.e., a fever greater than 100.4°F with a sore throat and/or cough), notify Occupational Health Services at 617-732-6034 and stay out of work or leave work until cleared to return by OHS.
Electronic 2017 W2 Form Now Available
Effective Jan. 16, your 2017 W2 form is available using PeopleSoft Self-Service. Employees will be able to view, save or print tax years 2013-2017 in a PDF format. This electronic form is an official document and can be used when filing tax returns. By Wednesday, Jan. 31, staff will receive a print copy of the W2 at their mailing address on file in PeopleSoft. Learn more at BWHPikesNotes.org.