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Tree lightings kick off holiday season

The Yale New Haven Hospital Auxiliary invites employees, patients and the community to the annual Holiday Tree Lightings Tuesday, Dec. 5. Marna Borgstrom, president and CEO, YNHHS; and Michael Holmes, senior vice president, YNHH, will each be joined by a Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital patient. Holmes will host the event from noon - 12:30 pm in the Saint Raphael Campus main lobby; Borgstrom will host the YSC event, 4 - 4:30 pm in the Hunter Courtyard, corner of York and Cedar streets. Hospital employees will perform holiday music at both locations. Please consider bringing an unwrapped toy for the Auxiliary's Toy Closet program.

Yale Medical Symphony Orchestra announces winter concert

The Yale Medical Symphony Orchestra will perform at 7:30 pm Friday, Dec. 8, in Harkness Auditorium, Yale School of Medicine. Under the direction of Robert T. Smith, III, the group will perform Symphony No. 41 (the Jupiter) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Enigma Variations by Edward Elgar and the Nabucco Overture by Giuseppe Verdi. The concert is free and open to the public.

Donate to Warmth and Wellness event and coat drive

YNHH’s Mutual Respect Committee will again host the Warmth and Wellness event to collect winter outer wear for patients in need served by the adult and pediatric emergency departments. The committee seeks new, unused gloves and mittens, socks, winter scarves and hats in all sizes for adults and children. Please drop items between now and Jan. 14 at the SRC Volunteer Services office, Main 138 (203-789-4358); or in the bin in the cafeteria. The YSC drop off is in Human Resources, CB 101 (203-688-8339); or in the bin in the New Haven Cafeteria, Clinic building, second floor. The MRC will also hold separate coat drives, 1 - 4 pm Thursday, Dec. 7, SRC Cronin Auditorium; and noon - 3 pm Thursday, Dec. 14, YSC Atrium, second floor. Please donate new, unused coats only.

Employees may request electronic 2017 tax forms

Employees may choose to download electronic IRS W-2 and 1095-C forms for the 2017 tax year, versus receiving paper forms in the mail. Downloading forms provides quick access, is more environmentally friendly and helps YNHHS save on expensive postage. The W-2 form reports annual earnings; 1095-C reports employer-provided health insurance offered and coverage. Employees must make a request to electronically download forms when they become available in January. If you take no action, paper copies will automatically be mailed to your home. Links to request electronic forms will be posted Dec. 1 on the Employee Self Service dashboard and YNHHS HR intranet landing page. Requests must be made by Dec. 27. Electronic forms will be available for download as soon as they are approved for processing and no later than Jan. 31, 2018. Employees who have paper forms mailed should be sure their correct home address is in ESS by Dec. 27.

Reminder: The W-2 form is provided to all employees who receive compensation from YNHHS in a given year. The 1095-C form will be provided to most, but not all employees, based on the Affordable Care Act requirements and hours worked. Information from both forms is required for employees to file their taxes, and the forms should be kept with tax records. A 1095-C fact sheet, including information on who will receive this form, will be posted Dec. 1 on ESS and the YNHHS HR intranet.

Nursing research conference call for abstracts

Nurses throughout Yale New Haven Health System are invited to submit abstracts for poster presentation at the 10th Janet Parkosewich Nursing Research Conference, “Harnessing Moral Resilience to Address Ethical Challenges in Healthcare” March 29, Yale University, West Campus. Abstracts may be submitted via YNHHS' intranet; the deadline is Feb. 10. Conference registration is also available on the YNHHS intranet. For information, contact Anne Marie McGrory, RN, [email protected].

Fortune names YNHH a Best Workplace for Women

Fortune magazine recently named Yale New Haven Hospital to its 2017 list of the 100 Best Workplaces for Women. The list highlights companies with generous benefits, flexible schedules and an emphasis on balancing work and life. The 100 Best Workplaces for Women rankings are based on representation of women and employee survey feedback at the winning companies. Being recognized on this list indicates YNHH has distinguished itself from peers by being a great place to work for women and a workplace where women have high representation in the total employee population and in management positions.