Remote Work Policy Guidelines
Remote working is permissible under the GSU Remote Work Policy. You will be required to log on with your campusID.
- Remote work is a privilege and not a right. Remote work decisions are not subject to the grievance process.
- Remote work agreements can be discontinued at the discretion of the college or supervisor
- Supervisors can require employees to report to campus if needed, including on remote workdays
- Employees are required to observe sick and vacation request policies and business practices for both on-campus and remote working
- PC staff may request1-2 days of remote work per week
- Requests must be approved by the manager and next-level supervisor
- Requests exceeding 1 day per week must be approved by the Dean’s Office
- Remote workday(s) requested must be consistent each week.
- Employees must meet the eligibility requirements as outlined in the GSU Remote Work Policy:
- Responsibilities of the employee’s position can be performed away from the regular work location without impacting productivity, operational efficiency, customer service and team collaboration.
- An employee must complete the provisional period to be eligible to work remotely.
- An employee must have a satisfactory evaluation; not be involved in any active disciplinary action and not be on a performance improvement plan.
- A temporary employee may work remotely as long as business needs justify the assignment, as determined by the supervisor.
- Department/offices that normally receive in-person customers, must have appropriate in-person office coverage during normal business hours
- Work arrangements must support business operations and are consistent and equitable.
- Refer to the Guide to Completing the Remote Work Request to ensure the request is routed and approved appropriately within the college