HR Work. With Flexibility. Resources
This page provides links to additional HR resources related to the University’s Work. With Flexibility. guidelines.
Get more details about the Work. With Flexibility. Operational Guidance.
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Resources Related to Operational Guidance
- Operational Guidance [pdf]. This document contains the principles that drove the development of the new Work. With Flexibility. guidelines; flexible work definitions and options; details about working outside of Minnesota; workers compensation; technology considerations; disability accommodations; and more.
- Supervisory Development Course (SDC) Resources. These resources were developed for supervisors to help them make decisions about applying the Work. With Flexibility. guidance on their teams.
- Disability Resource Center (DRC). The Disability Resource Center’s UReturn is the office designated to serve all employees with any disability or health condition requiring accommodations or workstation adjustments.
- Safe U. Visit the Safe U page for more information about the University’s efforts to ensure the health and safety of students, faculty, staff, patients, and the visiting public.
- Work. With Flexibility. Sample Agreement. Download the Work. With Flexibility. sample agreement to formalize flexible work arrangements with direct reports.
- Remote Work Business Expenses. See the latest information from Purchasing Services for guidelines about purchasing equipment for home offices.
- See how some areas within the University have developed local Work. With Flexibility. plans based on the system-wide guidance.
Related University Resources
- Information on Safe Return to Work has been released by the University Health and Safety. There you can find information about interacting with co-workers, cleaning and disinfection, face coverings, ventilation, physical distancing, and more.
- Learn more about our approach to vaccines and where vaccinations are available on the Get the Vax page. COVID-19 vaccines are not required for faculty, staff, and students.
- You can find child care on campus or in the community by using the variety of search tools and resources on the Child Care page.
- Parking and Transportation has information for getting to, from, and around campus, including part-time parking options.
- Find information for working and learning off campus from OIT.
- Find information about the COVID health and safety protocols for returning to campus.
- The University values the health and wellbeing of our faculty, staff, and students, and has resources available to support them: