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Care@Work by (Temporary Benefit)

The University is providing temporary access for all full-time employees to an online network of vetted providers through Care@Work by to help find short and long-term care for children, seniors, pets, and more. Care@Work by is the largest online community to find short and long-term care for children, seniors, pets, and more.

Learn more:

To create your account and get started with Care@Work by, visit URICHMOND.CARE.COM.

Further Caregiving Resources

Employees also have access to these resources:

  • Child and Elder Care: University resources for finding care services.
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP): The EAP is available to all employees with help finding resources and referrals for childcare providers, before and after school programs, camps, adoption organizations, child development, prenatal care, and more. They can also help with resources and referrals for elder care and pet care.
  • Flexible Work Arrangements: Flexible work options offer alternative approaches to getting work done through non-traditional work hours or locations. If the position's duties allow, employees may work with their supervisor to arrange a flexible work arrangement.
  • COVID-19 Special Paid Leave: Full and part-time employees who accrue leave (>1,000 hours per year) may receive up to 15 days of additional paid leave to be used for COVID-19 related situations like illness, quarantine, isolation or family care need. Employees absent due to a COVID-19 related situation will select the Special Paid Leave earn code to report those hours.
  • Little Scholars Programs: Little Scholars offers virtual and in-person tutoring options for individual and group learning.