- Everyone must wear a mask inside every building in all common areas. If outside, and social distancing of 6 feet or more cannot be achieved, then a mask must be worn. Masks are not required in individual offices unless a guest is present.
- Individuals who are unable to wear face coverings due to a medical or behavioral condition or disability may wear an alternate face covering, such as a shield. Students who require accommodations must contact our Accommodations Coordinator at email@example.com for next steps. Faculty and Staff or campus visitors who require accommodations should contact the Office of Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
- ALL EMPLOYEES will be required to complete a daily self-health check, with recording of temperature.
- Employees reporting or showing symptoms of COVID-19 should not come to campus CDC Symptom List
- Employees must abide by all safety protocols and guidelines after coming back to campus to protect the health and safety of the campus community.
- Employees should sanitize and disinfect all private work areas giving special attention to computer workstations and equipment; computer screens and keyboards; telephones and other high touch surfaces. Appropriate disinfecting materials will be provided by the University.
- Employees with questions or concerns should contact Trish Jones, Healthy at Work Officer (Director of Human Resources) at 859.846.5784 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty & Staff Accommodations, Schedule Adjustments and/or Telework Arrangements
Midway University’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic is designed to sustain our important mission of education while maintaining the health and safety of our faculty, students, and staff.
Faculty or staff whose age or health condition falls within one of the CDC High Risk Categories or who have other special circumstances may seek a workplace adjustment by contacting Human Resources.
- Employees whom the CDC has identified as being at “higher risk” (65 years or older, pregnant, or having an underlying health condition that puts them at risk).
- Employees who have a household member falling into this “higher risk” category.
School and/or Daycare Closures
Employees whose dependent child(ren)’s school or daycare is closed due to COVID-19.
** Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) will also be available to those who qualify for the federally mandated leave through December 31, 2020. The Employee Rights document is Employee Rights FFCRA.