A research project coordinated by UBC HR’s Health, Wellbeing & Benefits is exploring how nutrition-related services and programs may enhance the wellbeing of faculty and staff. To inform this project, Katherine Lienhard, a Sustainability Scholar, is conducting a survey on the usage of the Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP) services by our community.
It consists of a simple, check-box questionnaire that should take less than five minutes to complete. All responses are anonymous. The survey closes on March 8, 2020. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP) is a confidential and voluntary offering that provides you and your family counseling and other support services. EFAP resources are available in-person or by phone, web, video, or mobile app. The services are included in the cost of your monthly premium.
About the Sustainability Scholars program
The Sustainability Scholars Program connects UBC graduate students with opportunities to work on funded sustainability projects for on- and off-campus partner organizations. Through the project, scholars are immersed in real-world learning where they apply their research skills and contribute to advancing the sustainability goals of the mentor’s organization.