We're in this together.
Returning to the workplace
- Your supervisor will notify you of the date you will return to your campus workspace.
- Units that can continue to effectively work remotely will be encouraged to continue to do so in order to reduce the overall density of people on campus.
- Plans are being made on a unit-by-unit basis, so communicate with leaders to stay up-to-date.
- Direct any policy- or benefits-related questions or concerns to your unit's HR lead.
To protect employee health and safety, you have been asked to read and acknowledge a set of workplace expectations to limit exposure to the COVID-19 virus. Expectations include:
- Wearing applicable face masks (cloth mask, disposable mask, or face shield with mask) in all university buildings, including classrooms, unless alone in a private office. Masks should be worn outside when social distancing is not possible.
- Following social distancing guidelines of maintaining at least 6 feet from others on campus, when feasible.
- Staying home (and reporting) if you develop any symptom(s) consistent with COVID-19.
- Familiarize yourself with these guidelines for self-reporting if you test positive, or are identified as a close contact of someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.
- Report noncompliance with guidelines to your supervisor or local HR representative.
Meeting and event guidelines
All attendee numbers for all essential in-person events (indoors or outdoors, on or off campus) will need to align with room capacity guidelines that allow for 6 feet of social distancing. Event organizers are responsible for working with the building coordinator of the event location, obtaining updated room capacity information, and making needed adjustments.
All events must follow public health and university guidance regarding protective equipment and social distancing or be offered through a virtual format. When necessary, building coordinators should review and verify appropriate space use with Campus Planning. Contact Maggie Vogel (email@example.com) for support.
All university meetings, to the greatest extent possible, will take place in an online format in order to maximize the amount of available classroom space. Using virtual options such as Skype, Zoom, or conference calls is recommended whenever possible.