Work/Life Balance

The University of New Hampshire believes that a flexible work environment yields beneficial work and health–related outcomes for both the employer and employee. The University is therefore committed to workplace policies and programs that promote workplace flexibility, physical and mental health and supports the diverse needs of our workforce.


UNH Receives Alfred P. Sloan Award for Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility for 2011

“Employers that provide flexibility to their employees, with regard to where and how their work gets done, gain a tremendous financial benefit and competitive advantage in today’s economy. With workplace flexibility, UNH is better prepared for challenging state budget cycles by taking advantage of cost savings and better positioned to deliver the highest quality and value education to our students,” said Dick Cannon, former vice president for administration and finance at UNH.