Your commute options are likely to be determined by several factors, including transit operations and schedules, individual levels of comfort, and assessment of the time, cost, perceived safety, and access to different modes. While Stanford Transportation is providing general information…Read full answer about I am thinking about resuming my commute to Stanford. Are there resources to help me prepare?
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Yes. Passenger limits were implemented on April 20 to protect the health and well-being of riders and drivers, follow physical distancing guidelines, and avoid overcrowding. When a bus reaches capacity, head signs will be switched to read “Bus Full”…Read full answer about Are there passenger limits on Marguerite buses?
Some Stanford commuters have expressed concern about whether or not Caltrain will continue to operate given the financial challenges caused by ridership decreases due to COVID-19. Stanford Transportation has developed a Caltrain Updates: COVID-19 page to help provide context…Read full answer about I have read that financial challenges may affect the future of Caltrain’s service. What is happening?
While we cannot predict with certainty, if the pandemic continues to worsen or if plans change for the fall academic quarter, there could be additional impacts on our operations and revenue streams. These impacts could lead to additional permanent or…Read full answer about What will happen if we can’t bring students back or have fall quarter as planned?
Stanford is currently in Stage 2 of the restart process. Only essential workers, authorized researchers and laboratory support personnel and those with permission to be on campus to prepare the campus for restart should be on campus at this time.Read full answer about When will we learn more about the university’s plan for Stage 3 restart?
After much consideration and careful planning, this year’s budgetary challenges have unfortunately resulted in 208 permanent layoffs. They have also required 30 temporary layoffs (furloughs). Units across the university were able to avoid even greater workforce reductions by permanently eliminating…Read full answer about How many positions were eliminated?
An FTE reduction occurs when an employee’s standard work hours, or Full-Time Equivalent (FTE), is adjusted from full-time to part-time. An employee’s work hours may be reduced for a temporary duration or permanently.Read full answer about What is an FTE reduction?
A fixed-term employee refers to an employee whose appointment has a specified end date.Read full answer about What is a fixed-term employee?
A contingent employee refers to a temporary or casual employee who works limited hours during the year, and is generally not guaranteed a particular number of hours per week or duration of assignment.Read full answer about What is a contingent employee?
Your manager and local Human Resources representative are available to answer questions and provide assistance about the layoff process. You may also contact University Human Resources – Employee & Labor Relations at (650) 721-4272 or [email protected] …Read full answer about If I received a layoff notice and have questions, who can I talk to?