Both employee and supervisors can propose flexible scheduling. However, supervisors make the final determinations when implementing the arrangement.
Flexible work arrangements should be reviewed periodically to ensure the arrangement is successful. If the arrangement is not working, the supervisor should determine why and try to find a solution. If a solution cannot be reached, the arrangement can be terminated.
Whether managing employees’ onsite or offsite, supervisors must specify job responsibilities, tasks and objectives as clearly as possible. Emphasis should be placed on the quantity and quality of results rather than on the number of hours worked. This will provide the basis for evaluation.
An accident may be covered by worker’s compensation, if it occurred in the dedicated work space identified in the arrangement, during regularly scheduled hours. Contact the Office of Workers’ Compensation with any questions.
Any questions regarding benefits should be directed to the Employee Service Center prior to finalizing the arrangement.
All employees should maintain confidentiality of university systems, records and documents and be responsible for ensuring compliance with the university’s secure computing policies, procedures and guidelines: