Coronavirus: Update, March 15, 2020



The Master’s University campus will operate over the next two weeks during our extended spring break. During that time, remote work options are available for employees whose job duties can be performed remotely and who request to work remotely. Employees seeking to work remotely should submit their request through their supervisor and HR. HR will determine, in conjunction with supervisors, whether remote work requests can be accommodated. Remote work requests will be determined based on job duties and the availability and sufficiency of equipment and network connections to perform essential job functions.

For job duties that cannot be completed remotely, the University will not require you to work on campus if you are uncomfortable doing so, and you will not have to forfeit available vacation or sick time. Employees will need this additional benefit approved by their supervisor and HR. For more details, please contact our HR director, Kim Wilson at kwilson@masters.edu.

When you are on campus, practice approved methods of social distancing as recommended by the CDC. Please help protect the University community by staying home if you feel sick. See symptoms of COVID-19 HERE. If you experience any of those symptoms, have had contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19, or suspect close contact, do not come to the University campus. Self-quarantine yourself and let your supervisor know about the situation. He or she will accommodate your work schedule. You can also email your concern to emergencyhotline@masters.edu. That will allow our campus medical staff to evaluate the situation and determine the appropriate course of action.

The safety and health of our entire campus community is our highest priority. Do not jeopardize that by coming to campus if you are not feeling well, or if you have had contact with someone who was diagnosed with COVID-19.

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