The planning process is underway to begin returning larger numbers of employees to on-site work to prepare for the return of students and “close-to-normal” operations for the August 18th start of the fall semester.
Beginning on June 16, 2021, consistent with current guidance from the state of California, we anticipate permitting employees who previously were working remotely to return to on-site work on a voluntary basis, subject to their supervisor and business unit’s approval.We have curated a few resources to support you in the return to work process.
As organizations begin to reopen physical workplaces, many will undergo drastic changes to protect the health and safety of employees and accommodate the “new normal” work environment. This Gartner resource offers guidance and tools on the key phases of returning employees to the workplace.
All UC employees can access Gartner’s content at no charge through the university’s subscription. Here’s how to get started.
This Quick Start Guide is to assist managers and employees begin thinking through and preparing for the return to on-site work and the start of the fall semester. No later than July 12, 2021, each business unit needs to have a plan in place that will have it ready for the fall semester and the return to “close-to-normal” operations.
The COVID-19 pandemic provided us the opportunity to learn new ways to excel in our work. Starting in March 2020, our campus workforce adapted, innovated, persevered, and learned. UC Berkeley’s Future of Work Committee was developed by Berkeley's Division of Academic Planning to better understand what you, our workforce, wants and needs when we return to the workplace. This committee seeks to deliver guidance that campus leaders, managers, and supervisors may choose to implement once we are able to safely return to campus.
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