University leadership continues to encourage to work remotely whenever possible through at least June 30. Learn more about current campus guidelines regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Additional information will be announced.
UNL has adopted a facial covering policy which went into effect June 17. The policy requires facial coverings to be worn when indoors on campus and outdoors if safe social distancing and gathering practices are not possible. The policy encompasses all faculty, staff, students and visitors, including contractors, service providers and others.
Types of Alternative Work Arrangements
- Tips for Supervisors
- Best Practices for Managing a Remote Team
- Utilize some of these online training resources to learn new skills
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Objects on Loan Inventory Sheet (spreadsheet)
- How to be a Consummate Professional During Online Meetings
The principles and guidelines for alternative work arrangements due to COVID-19 are in effect as of June 5. They will be reviewed/updated as needed. A request form or agreement are not required, but are available below.Alternative Work Site Agreement (Customizable Word Template)
- COVID-19 Has My Teams Working Remotely: A Guide for Leaders
- How to Manage Remote Employees
- How to Manage the Loneliness and Isolation of Remote Workers
- How to Build Trust with Remote Employees
- Remote Worker Isolation: Perception vs. Reality
- How to Keep Remote Worker Wellbeing High
Building More Inclusive Cultures At Work While We're At Home
- UNL's 2019 Novel Coronavirus and COVID-19 website
- City of Lincoln update on COVID-19
- Nebraska Health & Human Services update on COVID-19
- The CDC website maintains accurate and up-to-date information.