Employees who have been working remotely will be notified by their unit leadership regarding return-to-campus timelines. This will be based upon the individual business needs of the unit.
For employees experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms, your supervisor will require you to stay home, and you should seek guidance from your health care provider. The university has leave policies that encourage faculty and staff to stay at home when they are sick, when household members are sick, or when they are required by a health care provider to isolate or quarantine themselves or a member of their household.
Managers and supervisors are reminded they have an obligation to protect the privacy of employee health information.
Those who are in a vulnerable population are of the utmost concern. If your health is considered high risk, you provide care for a high risk individual, have childcare disruption or require modifications to your work, please engage in individual discussions with your supervisor and/or HR Consultant. Potential modifications include, but are not limited to: telework, use of accrued leave or leave without pay, adjusted work hours to avoid or reduce contact with others and isolated workstations.
To help prepare for returning to work on campus, please review HR’s employee guidance and this employee checklist.