Wellness Resources, Return to Work, Disability, Sick Leave

Wellness Resources

The University offers opportunities for health and wellness at the workplace and in the maintenance of personal and work-life balance. The following are links to some of the on-campus and off-campus resources that are available to employees.

PHYSICAL WELL-BEING

NUTRITION AND HEALTHY EATING

WORK-LIFE BALANCE

WEBINARS AND LEARNING

MENTAL HEALTH 

ERGONOMICS

SOCIAL CONNECTIONS

Human Resources

The Employee and Family Assistance Plan provides confidential, professional assistance for employees, their spouses and dependants counselling.

The Human Resources Learning and Development office provides opportunities for continuous learning and development by offering a range of professional development programs to employees, including workshops on wellness related topics.

See the Human Resources Learning and Development Course Schedule to register for courses offered in the current semester.

The Wellness & Recovery office works with employees, managers, supervisors, directors, chairs and administrators regarding employee health and wellness, sick leave, disability leave, return to work and accommodation.

Athletics

Visit the Athletics Department home page for information about Varsity Inter Collegiate sport, games schedules and support the CLAN as the only non-American School in the NCAA.

Recreation

The Recreation Department offers a variety of services and facilities for your recreation needs. A recreation membership includes access to the fitness centre, pool and drop-in sports.  Staff and faculty qualify for a free recreation membership. If requested, a custom program for you and your staff can be arranged. This can include a single day offering of a selection of recreation programs and could be perfect for an end of term team building day or retreat (contact rec@sfu.ca for details). Log-In instructions for new SFU employees.

Health and Well-Being Disclaimer

The well-being information on this website is provided as information only and should not serve as a substitute for the consultation, diagnosis, or treatment from qualified physicians, mental health care providers, or other health care providers. Suggested links and resources are intended to educate, but not to replace SFU policies, procedures or advice from health professionals.