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Managing a return to on-site work

These talking points can help guide your discussions with staff who will be returning to on-site work. 

Employees with a disability or documented health risk are encouraged to contact the ADA Coordinator, Heather Roop (, in the Office of Institutional Equity and Equal Opportunity to learn more.  

During any conversations with employees about their concerns with returning to on-site work, we must be mindful of employee medical privacy rights, which generally prohibit disclosure of personal health information without proper consent or authorization. 

HR Employee Relations ( is also available to consult with supervisors and staff employees about their concerns. Faculty are encouraged to contact the Office of Faculty Advancement ( 

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Return to on-site work checklist

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Guidance on COVID-19 positive employees


Constructive conversations regarding face coverings

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Managing remote or hybrid employees

Professional development from HR Training and Development

Each 10- to 15-minute video covers an essential topic for supervising remote teams: 

  • Managing remote workers 

  • Leading virtual meetings 

  • Evaluating remote workers' performance 

  • Implementing a hybrid work culture

  • Managing a hybrid team

  • Managing performance in a hybrid workplace

To watch, login to myUK, click myUK Learning, and use the Find Learning tile to search for "Remote Work Series". 

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These web-based trainings are a great way to help you adapt, reskill and renew as a supervisor in a new environment.

Additional support

Find additional support for managing remote employees.