For The Record:
In May 1995, the university convened a conference,
coordinated by WORKlife Programs, entitled Work and Family in the
21st Century. At that time, it was announced that a task force
would be formed to follow up on the recommendations of the
conference groups. The Work and Family Task Force (WFTF) was
convened in January 1996 by Audrey Smith, vice president for
Members of the WFTF would be interested in hearing from the university community. The WFTF has a Web page that contains the charge to the task force and each of the subcommittees, a list of task force members and a response form. The address is http://www. ce.jhu.edu/~wftf/index.html and the e-mail address is email@example.com.
Listed below is the general charge given to each subcommittee to relate to their specific interest area (work structure, benefits, faculty and staff issues, and dependent care). You may use this to guide your comments.
b. assess and identify the implications of diversity (a slowly growing workforce that is increasingly female, racially and ethnically diverse, aging, and more in need of basic skills) in considering your interest area
c. identify the underlying balance and tension between institutional and personal values regarding your interest area
d. make specific written recommendations for what the university should consider doing the same or differently in the future; and provide your best sense of the priority of your recommendations
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