The global pandemic has posed significant challenges to our families, our personal lives, and our health. Please utilize the benefits and wellness resources available to help support you and your family during this difficult time. If you need additional…Read full answer about Health concerns and desires for more flexibility can cause stress. What are the resources to help deal with the added stress employees and managers may be experiencing?
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Please consult your supervisor or your school/unit HR Manager if you have concerns or questions about circumstances that may affect your return…Read full answer about What do I do if I’m concerned for kids at home who are under 12 or if I have a family member who is immunocompromised?
The Bay Area Healthy Transit Plan provides more information about transit agencies’ COVID-19 response, which is based on guidance and best practices from the California Department of Public Health, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World…Read full answer about How will you ensure the safety of staff who have to take public transportation to get to campus?
Information on the exposure notification process has been updated on Health Alerts under Symptoms, Exposure, Testing Positive.Read full answer about How will employees be notified of possible exposures when working on-site this fall?
We are grateful for how our community has responded during the last 18 months of the pandemic. It’s clear with the Delta variant, the pandemic is not past us. Public health conditions are changeable and we will need to continue…Read full answer about Why is the university returning non-student facing employees to on-site work in September given the Delta variant?