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Telecommuting - Telecommuting Requirements For Employees and Supervisors

Identify work assignments that lend themselves to telecommuting.

Consider designating someone as the primary office contact for the telecommuting employee for information and materials that need to be exchanged.

Telecommuting should not adversely affect other employees.  This requires frequent, effective communication.  The telecommuting employee is responsible for keeping other staff informed about availability and for promptly receiving necessary information and materials from the office and sending them to the office.

The university office files and work space of a telecommuting employee should be organized so that other staff can find necessary information when needed.

Telecommuting is not a substitute for dependent care.  The employee must make other dependent care arrangements to permit concentration on work while telecommuting.

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