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Even after a return to full operations, UAH will encourage employees to work remotely, stagger shifts and functions, maintain social distancing, and use PPE to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Supervisors serve an important role in implementing these efforts.

Questions?  Concerns?

For more information and guidance regarding staffing, visit Human Resources' COVID-19 Resources page. https://www.uah.edu/hr/covid-19-resources

Phased Staffing

  • Remote Work: Those who can work remotely to fulfill part or all of their work responsibilities may continue to do so with approval.
  • Alternating Work Days: To limit the number of interactions between individuals.
  • Staggered Reporting/Departing: Staggering reporting and departure times when possible, to encourage reduced building traffic.

Change of Working Status for Employees

To make a request to change your status, Code (S) Already on campus regularly and should go into Sentinel Testing, Code (R) Will continue to work remotely and would not be returning to campus, or Code (T) Needs to return to campus and should be included in Re-entry Testing, fill out the Status Change Request Form. Please note, you must have approval from your respective Vice President to change your status.

 

Change My Working Status

Additional Office Recommendations

  • Maintain at least 6 feet distance from co-workers and ensure your employees do the same.
  • Wear a face mask or face covering at all times while in a shared workspace or room.
  • Allow employees to use available leave as needed for symptoms, quarantine and isolation.
  • Certain activities may require work within 6 feet social distance guidelines. Use appropriate PPE and keep such activities to a minimum.
  • Keep in mind, people can be infected but asymptomatic.

Other Questions

  • Talk with your supervisor, department head, dean, or HR for further guidance.