The Alternate Work Schedule and Telecommuting Programs will be effective November 1, 2016. These programs will be piloted through August 31, 2017.
Employees interested in these programs should discuss options with their leader.
Alternate Work Schedule
An alternate work schedule is an arrangement beyond one week that permits a variation of the employee's starting and departure times, but does not alter the total number of hours worked in a week.
Employees who have established a record of high performance and demonstrated self-motivation are strong candidates for an alternate work schedule. Employees must have received a valuable rating or higher during the most recent performance management cycle, and have no documented performance or conduct issues within the six-month period preceding the request for an alternate work schedule.
- Alternate Work Schedule Request Form
- Alternate Work Schedule FAQs
- Alternate Work Schedule Procedure 4-29
Telecommuting is a cooperative arrangement between the College and the employee. The arrangement is based on the needs of the position, work group or department, as well as the employee’s present levels of performance.
Employees requesting a telecommuting arrangement must have received a valuable rating during the most recent performance management cycle, and have no documented performance or conduct issues within the six-month period preceding the request for an alternate work schedule
Work activities should be portable and should involve tasks that can effectively be performed outside the office.