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Notre Dame issues work from home statement to staff

The University of Notre Dame issued a statement Saturday to their staff regarding working from home.

The joint message from the school’s president, provost, and executive vice-president announces guidelines for a work-from-home policy for their staff effective Tuesday, March 17.

From the statement:

Based upon what we know now and with your well-being as our top priority, we ask staff to adopt the following measures:

  • By the end of the day on Tuesday, March 17 and until further notice, staff whose roles allow it may, with the approval of their supervisor, begin to work from home.
  • Some jobs will require employees to be physically present on campus. The University remains committed to the safety of all those who work on campus during this time and will continue to adopt recommended safety measures.
  • Supervisors will clarify who is expected to work from home or on campus. If there is any uncertainty, please talk directly with your supervisor.
  • To the extent appropriate and in consultation with your supervisor, please take home any equipment and materials you need to complete your work. For those working remotely, please communicate with your supervisor about any challenges you encounter in doing your work, as each of us remains responsible for meeting our job responsibilities.



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