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COVID-19: FAQ for Supervisors

Faculty and staff play an important role in helping transition coursework to online content and continuing the operations of the institution.

Effective Wednesday, March 18 UNF Faculty and staff, including OPS and student employees, who are healthy and able to work remotely should be doing so at this time, until further notice. Some employees may be required to be on campus because they support remote learning, campus operations, students in residence, and other areas. It is the responsibility of supervisors to appropriately determine which employees have duties that don’t allow them to work remotely. Supervisors are encouraged to be supportive and flexible in making arrangements for remote work opportunities, and work with employees to identify regular job duties, special assignments, projects, or professional development opportunities that can be performed remotely if appropriate. Alternative arrangements may be warranted and put in place on an individual case-by-case basis.

Please review the below Frequently Asked Questions for guidance in making consistent decisions that are in the best interest of the University, department operations, and the well-being of faculty and staff.


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