PLEASE NOTE: Norwich University has no known cases of coronavirus on campus at this time. All spring semester courses will be remote effective Monday, March 23, 2020.
EMPLOYEE WORK GUIDELINES (effective March 17, 2020)
Temporary Remote Work
Norwich University is open for regular business. However, in an abundance of caution and to help reduce the possible spread of the coronavirus, aka COVID-19, supervisors will allow their employees to work remotely if the employee can:
Children are not permitted in the workplace for the duration of this public health event.
An employee who is unable to work remotely and whose children are unable to attend public schools may remain at home and be paid using the Paid Admin Leave pay code in eTime so Human Resources can track work hours lost because of the coronavirus. The employee’s Sick Time balance will be charged for these hours. Please refer to: tracking work hours in eTime.
Yes. Please take note of new code regarding coronavirus and its impact:
At this time, Norwich University is open for regular operations and all employees are expected to report to work as normal.
If you are sick:
• Stay home and follow normal call out procedures to report your absence to your supervisor
• Contact your medical provider for further instructions