Stanislaus State supports telecommuting when the campus determines it is operationally feasible and in its best interest. Telecommuting is voluntary and can be implemented only in instances in which a department's appropriate administrator/MPP has determined that the nature of the job duties of a particular position can be performed successfully outside the traditional office setting without an undue impact on the University's operations and educational mission.
Senior Director, Talent Management and Workforce Development
Phone: (209) 667-3376
Telecommute Agreement Process
Step 1: Review the Telecommute Policy and associated attachments.
Before you initiate a conversation with your supervisor or appropriate administrator, familiarize yourself with Stanislaus State's Telecommuting Policy so that you understand the obligations, responsibilities, and limitations associated with Telecommuting or Remote Work.
Step 2: Meet with your supervisor or appropriate administrator
Meet with your supervisor to discuss the possibility of telecommuting.
Step 3: Complete Telecommute Agreement
After you complete the request form, you will receive an email from Adobe Sign with a copy of the policy and complete agreement. Review the policy, complete the required fields, and sign. Once signed, it will route to your supervisor/manager and the Dean/AVP/VP as appropriate. Once all signatures are obtained, a final copy will be emailed back to all parties as well as human resources for record-keeping.
Resources for Successfully Telecommuting
The following resources are provided to help you be successful when telecommuting.
Updated: December 08, 2023