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About the Committee

MIT's Council on Family and Work serves in an advisory and deliberative capacity concerning family and work-related issues as they impact MIT's faculty, staff, and students. It is the Council's responsibility to: 1) identify family and work-related issues, 2) establish a process to evaluate and respond to these issues, and 3) make periodic recommendations to MIT's senior officers about courses of action relevant to these specific issues.

The Council on Family and Work is a Standing Institute Committee that reports to the Executive Vice President and Treasurer.

REPORTS

Final Report: 2016 Faculty and Staff Quality of Life Survey

Employee Satisfaction Results Related to Work/Life Balance Drawn from Recent Quality of Life Surveys (2012): Report of the MIT Council on Family and Work

Report of the MIT Council on Family and Work: Findings from the 2001 Quality of Life Surveys