Policy updates from HR in response to COVID-19
University moving to more liberal remote-work policy starting Monday, plus more guidelines on employee health and student work-study pay.
March 13, 2020
Beginning Monday, Metropolitan State University of Denver will be implementing a more liberal remote-work policy for employees to minimize the risk of exposure to COVID-19. The campus, however, will remain open in order to provide adequate support to students. Employees should speak with their supervisors about a remote option for their respective roles.
You can learn more about this policy change and others in this list of guidelines from the University’s Office of Human Resources.
Among notable topics covered are what to do if you or a household member has been exposed to COVID-19 and how employees, including work-study students, would be paid if employees are required to work remotely.
MSU Denver remains committed to keeping our community informed about the latest actions taken to ensure the health and safety of all Roadrunners. The University will continue to provide updates as they become available and is working diligently to develop a more robust FAQ for its coronavirus website.
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