Communications Channels

Duke Today: Working@Duke: the primary daily online publication for university faculty and staff offering news, features, videos, polls and other multimedia content.

Working@Duke publication: the primary print publication for all university faculty and staff published every other month.

Primetime Employee Forum: an employee forum where university employees hear from senior administrators – and ask questions about significant issues and events at Duke.

Managing@Duke e-mail: an e-mail to university managers to communicate specific to managers, includes targeted memos as needed and biweekly updates with with short messages and links to more information.

Human Resources website: Duke’s main employment resource for information about benefits, compensation and classification, recruitment and employment, training, policies, manager resources, and forms.

Ad hoc publications, presentations: design and produce various print and digital materials to support specific objectives; includes materials such as health benefits open enrollment guides, postcards for wellness programs, presentations for managers, and posters for emergency notification. 


Social Media

Facebook – Working@Duke: the Facebook page for Working@Duke, the primary online and print publications for university faculty and staff.

Twitter - WorkingatDukeThe Twitter page for Working@Duke, the primary online and print publications for university faculty and staff.

LinkedIn - Working@Duke Group: The Group page for Working@Duke, the primary print and online publication for university faculty and staff.

YouTube – Working@Duke: the YouTube page for Working@Duke, the primary online and print publications for university faculty and staff.

Flickr - WorkingatDuke: the Flickr page for Working@Duke, the primary online and print publications for university faculty and staff.