Return to Work FAQs for Safe Together, Strong Together

After the July 4th holiday (July 6), staff will be expected to return to work assuming no new unexpected state or federal health orders or guidance are issued that make this expectation unworkable. Those employees in a vulnerable category for COVID-19, or with special considerations, can work with their supervisor and HR to extend remote work. CMU flextime allowances and pre-pandemic HR policies around remote work will be updated and will remain in place.

updated 5.28.20

If you are considered part of the vulnerable population, work with you supervisor to discuss options for remote work. 

updated 6.25.20

  • Masks are required inside of all CMU buildings unless you are (1) in your office/room AND (2) maintaining social distancing of 6-feet. 
  • CDPHE Mask Guidance 

updated 6.25.20

If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms you are required to stay home. Work with your supervisor to discuss working from home options or potential use of accrued leave. Anticipate a follow-up from Amy Grimes in HR. 

updated 6.25.20

By logging into MAVzone or your computer, you are affirming that you do not have any new symptoms consistent with COVID-19.

Please remember as CDC guidelines on COVID symptoms change, the symptom tracker will be updated. To ensure your safety and understanding of the latest guidelines, please complete the Symptom Tracker Survey once a week, at a minimum. The Symptom Tracker app can be found in MAVzone. 

updated 6.25.20

Please monitor your symptoms daily and complete the Symptom Tracker Survey once a week, at a minimum. 

updated 6.25.20

If you come in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, you will be required to implement a 14-day self-quarantine measure and may be required to use leave if you are faculty or staff. (The CDC describes “close contact" as “anyone who was within 6 feet of an infected person for at least 15 minutes starting from 48 hours before the person began feeling sick until the time the patient was isolated.”

updated 6.25.20

CMU employees are encouraged to limit non-essential travel and should be aware of associated risks and responsibilities while traveling. If required to travel for business, employee must have the travel approved by their supervisor or VP. 

updated 6.25.20

Contact Carley Maher at cmaher@coloradomesa.edu and she will work with facilities to schedule a walk-through. 

updated 6.25.20

The university encourages employees to minimize group gatherings. This includes formal meetings and informal gatherings, particularly in small spaces such as hallways or common areas. The use of Microsoft Teams and Zoom meetings should be used to the maximum extent practicable. If meeting in person, all individuals must be able to maintain 6-feet social distancing requirements.

updated 6.25.20

Supervisors should work with facilities to identify needs. Employees are responsible for acquiring and paying for supplies for their personal workspace.

updated 6.25.20

Supervisors and department heads should develop a visitor tracking system to be used for all visitors to the building. The log should include name, phone number, date and time of visit.

updated 6.25.20