Teleworking or working at an alternative work location remains the preferred work option. WSU employees who can telework without hampering essential operations should continue to do so.
WSU Pullman has developed a plan describing the use of facilities on campus for the fall 2020 semester.
Employees will be advised well in advance of when they’re expected back at their on-site workplaces as WSU facilities reopen.
Student employees should check with their supervisors before reporting to a work location and about specific precautions.
Returning to work
Require daily symptom self-attestation by WSU employees returning to physical work locations. All employees must complete the COVID-19 attestation in myWSU prior to arriving to a WSU work location. Employees include faculty, staff and temporary hourly and student hourly employees. If a student hourly employee does not have an attestation tile on their myWSU homepage, they should contact the Cougar Help Desk.
Require face coverings be worn by all employees working at any WSU work location when in the presence of others and in public settings.
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