This policy change applies to all classified staff at George Mason University who utilize telework (which includes remote working, those teleworking as part of an approved Accommodation, Adjustment and Modification (AAM), and temporary telework of less than two weeks duration). This policy will take precedence over and supersede all prior university classified staff telework policies and forms. […]
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FAQ Category: Fulltime Telework (Remote Work)
Managers or department heads who need to submit the Fulltime Teleworker (Remote Worker) Request Form in Dynamic Forms will need to enter the following information: – Work Location Address (this is often the employee’s home address). The work location entered should be where the work is physically performed by the employee, not the campus address […]
No. Full-time Teleworkers may be work at 100% FTE or less. The fulltime in Fulltime Telework does not refer to the number of hours an employee works. It is to differentiate it from Hybrid Telework where an employee completes their work at both a university campus or site and at an approved alternate work site. […]
The employee cannot launch this form. Employees should request their manger/ department head fill out the Fulltime Teleworker/ Remote Work Request Form (for remote workers outside of VA or outside of the U.S.).
There are three forms which apply to Mason Faculty and Staff. Your employee classification and type of flexible work will determine what form you need to complete. You can use this chart to determine which form to fill out. If you’re unsure which form to fill out, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes. Once an agreement is approved, you may view and save it in PDF form by clicking “Forms History” on the Dynamic Forms homepage (shown below).
Hybrid Telework is an arrangement where an employee completes their work at both a university campus/ site and at an approved alternate site for an agreed upon period of time. Fulltime Telework (formerly known as remote work) is an arrangement where an employee spends most, or all, of their working hours outside the traditional place […]
Employees frequently choose Remote Work to retain their positions with the university; however, if the arrangement is not efficacious for the university and/or the employee, the agreement may not be extended.