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K-State Today

January 12, 2021

Human Capital Services extends support

Submitted by Human Capital Services

As a follow up to the message from President Richard Myers and Provost Charles Taber on Jan. 7, Human Capital Services extends its support regarding the violent and disturbing acts at the nation's capital last week. We encourage everyone to demonstrate care, understanding and respect as outlined in the Principles of Community. Please check in with your colleagues.

For those Kansas State University faculty and staff who are experiencing unsettling feelings and emotions, there are services available for you. 

As a reminder, the Employee Assistance Program is a service provided for benefits-eligible employees and their dependents. The program has counseling and advice to assist with stress, anxiety and concerns. The program offers eight free counseling sessions and is a confidential service. You may contact ComPsych, K-State’s Employee Assistance Program, 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 888-275-1205, option 1. 

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