At UNC Charlotte, we care deeply about our employees’ health and wellness and aim to provide various programs focused on helping you maintain a healthy work-life balance. Below you'll find the following health and wellness opportunities:
Located in Atkins Library, A Mother's Place "Too" provides nursing mothers with a private place to express breast milk for her nursing child as outlined in University Policy 101.20. Information about utilizing this resource can be found in the Mother's Place "Too" Guidelines or by contacting Cindy Edwards at 704‑687‑0658 or email@example.com April Edwards at 704-687-0650 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Mother's Place, located in Room 305 in the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS), and the University's first room set aside for mothers in July 2010 is also available for use. To request access to the CHHS room complete the form found at https://forms.gle/JAM7tQpm96XpCWv9A. Once the form is completed, Ashton Atmore with CHHS will submit your request and approve you for badge access for the CHHS room.
UNC Charlotte recognizes that flexible work arrangements can benefit both the University and our employees by enhancing productivity while providing for workplace flexibility. Though these arrangements are not feasible for all employees, we understand that in many circumstances they can promote employee recruitment, retention, morale, and quality of life; promote general work efficiencies; ensure business continuity; and improve environmental sustainability and space utilization. More information on our Flexible Work Policy.