Flexible Work Arrangement
Telework, Compressed Work Week, Flex Time and Job Share
Purdue recognizes that because of its unique and diverse work environment, flexible work arrangements will not apply in all situations. Therefore, flexible work guidelines are offered to help supervisors and employees create an arrangement that can support the institutional goals and improve employee satisfaction.
Whether you are an employee interested in applying for a flexible work arrangement, or a manager/supervisor considering your employees' requests, this Web site will support you with instructions, required documents, and tools to complete the process.
- Procedures for employees applying for a flexible work arrangement
A step-by-step guide on how to apply for a flexible work arrangement.
- Procedures for supervisors/managers evaluating employee applications for a flexible work arrangement
A step-by-step guide on how to evaluate an employee application for a flexible work arrangement.
Information and tools
- Flexible Work Definitions
Definitions and examples of the different types of flexible work arrangements available.
- Flexible Work Proposal
A guide for employees in preparing a formal proposal to initiate a flexible work arrangement
- Flexible Work Guidelines
Terms and conditions which apply to employees initiating a flexible work arrangement.
- Flexible Work Agreement
An agreement form outlining the specifics of the flexible work arrangement. This form must be signed by the employee, supervisor/manager, and department head/designee.
- Telework Agreement
An agreement form outlining the specifics of the telework arrangement. This form must be signed by the employee, supervisor/manager, and department head/designee.
- Work Suitability Assessment
An assessment tool that will help the employee and his/her supervisor/manager determine which parts of the employee's job can be performed when using a flexible work arrangement.
- Telework Safety, Workspace and Data Security Checklist
Guidelines for establishing a home or other remote work station. Includes important safety considerations for the telework arrangement.
- Flexible Work Evaluation
An evaluation tool intended for use in evaluating the employee's performance in the flexible work arrangement.
- Business Office Memorandum No. 178
Flexible Work Schedules for Biweekly-Paid Staff and Operations/Technical Assistants as Subject to the Fair Labor Standard Act
- Business Office Memorandum No. 154
Reduced clerical and service staff employment of 9, 10, or 11 months.
- Transportation Alternatives
Take advantage of current transit options to save money.