UMB's Future Of Work Task Force Is Looking To Hear From You!

The Employee Value Proposition (EVP) Committee of the University of Maryland, Baltimore’s (UMB) Future of Work Task Force is conducting listening sessions to hear from all faculty and staff about their experiences and ideas regarding their employment experience and future at UMB.


The EVP sessions are hybrid and will be held Nov. 29 (employees) and Nov. 30 (supervisors only).

Come answer questions and share your thoughts about topics such as:

• Job security, career advancement, retention, compensation, and benefits

• Flexible hours and hybrid work schedules

• UMB’s mission, culture, core values, and diversity efforts

• Best aspects and main concerns about your employment

• Technology, training, and resources


An EVP represents an organization’s efforts to attract, retain, and engage employees. It represents everything of value that an employer provides to its employees and is about defining what sets the organization apart from others.


During these sessions, information will be collected anonymously and used by the committee and task force to inform recommendations about changes UMB needs to make to attract, retain, and engage employees.

To learn more about the Future of Work Task Force, its committees and members, and how to get involved, click here.


The EVP Committee thanks you for participating in this important initiative to help shape the future of work at UMB!

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The hybrid EVP listening sessions require pre-registration.


LISTENING SESSION NO. 1

Tuesday, Nov. 29, 10-11:30 a.m.

Francis King Carey School of Law, Room 205


Register here for Session 1: https://calendar.umaryland.edu/?subcategory=University%20AdministrationFuture%20of%20Work%20Task%20Force


LISTENING SESSION NO. 2

Supervisors only

Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2-3:30 p.m.

Francis King Carey School of Law, Room 205

Register here for Session 2: https://calendar.umaryland.edu/?subcategory=University%20AdministrationFuture%20of%20Work%20Task%20Force



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