Please click the button below to access the campus' flexible work policy.
Please click the button below to access the university's flexible work overview and guidelines, specific types of arrangements, and training modules for employees and managers.
Training to enhance remote work productivity and build new skills is available through Percipio.
A Guide to Developing a Flexible Work Arrangement
A flexible work arrangement may include flexible hours, a compressed work week, or flexibility about where work is done. Download this PDF for some things to consider when exploring a flexible work arrangement.
Flex Place Guide for Supervisors
This guide is intended to help supervisors think of concrete ways employees can work remotely while continuing to provide support to others in the workplace. Download this PDF for ways to think creatively about how to create flex place arrangements for positions that might not traditionally be thought of as amenable.
Self Assessment Questionnaire
Determine whether you are prepared to ask your supervisor for a flexible work arrangement.
Readiness Assessment for Managers
Determine whether an employee is ready for a flexible work arrangement.
Frequently Asked Questions
Still have questions? Check out this list of frequently asked questions.
Flexible work arrangements can be of benefit to both the University and its employees. It is an important strategy to help universities respond to demographic, economic and technological changes. Flexible work arrangements are creative ways to get work done that allow employees and supervisors more flexibility than the standard 8:00am – 5:00pm work schedule and location. Changing technology, demographics, attitudes of the workforce, and new ways of managing employees play a significant role in the viability of flexible work arrangements.
Access the online form by clicking on the link under the Telework Resources heading.
If unable to utilize the electronic form, here is the PDF version.
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