Flexible or Hybrid Work Schedules
If you are returning to work on campus with a hybrid schedule that involves both remote work and time spent on campus, please consider the following:
Acknowledge change in work location
- Your supervisor should update your work location status. Supervisors can follow a quick reference guide to update the work location status in SuccessFactors.
- Employees should complete the Property Off Campus form when removing or returning equipment.
- If a remote work acknowledgment form has been signed, employees do not need to complete a new remote work form to acknowledge the hybrid schedule.
- Review and understand equipment expectations with your supervisor. Purdue is responsible for equipping employees with one workstation, whether that is at home or on campus. There are creative ways to help employees working the hybrid schedule to acquire needed furniture or equipment. The Surplus store is a great place to start.
Discuss work expectations
- Supervisors should create and communicate work expectations, including:
- discuss hybrid work schedule and where the employee will work when on campus.
- discuss work tasks on and off campus, lunch breaks and meeting structures such as team meetings or one-on-one.
- review the remote work employee and supervisor responsibilities and employee (remote work) toolkit and manager toolkit.
Continue to Protect Purdue and our community
- Understand the guidelines outlined on the Protect Purdue website and in the Protect Purdue Pledge.
Review resources that will support work transitions
- Understand the resources available to you.
- All benefits-eligible faculty and staff on the West Lafayette campus have access to the Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Several Healthy Boiler workshops will focus on the potenial stress and anxiety related to returning to campus.
- Your HR Business Partner can help point you to other resources, when applicable.