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Remote and Hybrid Work

Policy for Staff Employees

Remote/hybrid work, when in the best interest of the University, may be a viable work arrangement in cases where the individual employee, the job, and the supervisor are all well suited to such an arrangement. Flexible work arrangements and staggered shifts can be utilized in conjunction with or as an alternative to remote/hybrid work.

Departments are urged to carefully review both the advantages and the disadvantages before entering into a new remote/hybrid work agreement. Departments that currently have remote/hybrid work agreements in place are encouraged to review the policy and guidelines before renewing those arrangements, to ensure consistency of application and equitable treatment throughout the department.

Here are some links to the policy and additional guidance to help you create a remote/hybrid work arrangement: