Anyone who is incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove a face covering without assistance;Any worker to the extent wearing a face covering creates a safety hazard at work under established health and safety guidelines; orAnyone who has been advised by…Read full answer about Who is not required to wear a face covering?
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At the present time, our transfer credit and reduced course load policies remain in place.Read full answer about Will Stanford relax its policies for transfer credits and reduced course loads?
When we learn of confirmed student cases of COVID-19, our response includes tracing close contacts to advise them of steps they may need to take, ensuring there are connections to medical care and emotional health support, and providing for self-isolation…Read full answer about What is the university protocol when self-isolating students?
NIH Extramural Response to Natural Disasters and Other Emergencies: https://grants.nih.gov/grants/natural_disasters.htmNSF Responses to Natural Disasters: https://www.nsf.gov/naturaldisasters/ Please check the sponsor websites and the ORA and RMG websites for current information regarding sponsor guidance, including guidance related to COVID-19 specifically.Read full answer about Do research sponsors have specific policies on disasters, emergencies, or COVID-19?
See University HR policies on telecommuting and information for faculty and researchers. As appropriate, discuss feasibility with your PI, advisor, supervisor or HR.Read full answer about What policies apply to working remotely?
Current interim policies, including caregiving pay policy, apply to benefits-eligible, full- and part-time employees, whether exempt or non-exempt. Contingent employees will be paid for time worked. Contingent employees are eligible for COVID-19 SPL and quarantine pay.Read full answer about I’m a contingent (temporary/casual) employee. Does the pay continuation policy apply to me?