Currently, the university remains open as research, student support, clinics, faculty support and all other campus operations continue, though some in a modified capacity. As such, we are expected to maintain our normal work hours, whether that is in the office or remotely.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance recommends that we practice social distancing. In order to do that effectively while keeping the campuses operating, we may begin activating remote work arrangements for those whose work can be completed from an off-campus location.
Types of Alternative Work Arrangements
- Remote/Alternative Work Site
- Flexible Work Schedule
- Job/Shift Sharing & Alternate Work Duties
- Reduced Schedule
- Tips for Supervisors
- Learn new skills - UNMC IT Continuing Education
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Additional Resources from Gallup
- CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) Has My Teams Working Remotely: A Guide for Leaders
- How to Manage Remote Employees
- How to Manage the Loneliness and Isolation of Remote Workers
- How to Build Trust with Remote Employees
- Remote Worker Isolation: Perception vs. Reality
- How to Keep Remote Worker Wellbeing High
- Emergency Paid Administrative Leave
- UNMC's Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources website
- Nebraska Health & Human Services update on CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
- The CDC website maintains accurate and up-to-date information.