Working from homeSince CSU is a multi-campus university specialising in distance education, I have been using this technology for working from home every day for many years. However, this week there were more pets than usual in my videoconferences!
In line with the announcement from the Prime Minister last night, if you can work from home, you now should, effective tomorrow.
Some important things to note:
- You need to communicate with your manager and ensure they know where you are and that you have the appropriate approval and work plan in place.
- If you do not have work that you can do from home, we will be providing advice on this in the coming days.
- For staff who cannot or do not wish to work from home, under current government policy, you can work from campus if you have means to so with social distance. You must maintain social distance at all times. Our preference is, if you can work from home, you do so.
- For staff essential to the operations of the campus, you will be provisioned with a socially distanced space to work from, if you do not already have one...
|Suzanne (Fiji) and Holly (Albury) with their dogs|
|Anna was the first of my students to upgrade to using Zoom for our meetings |
(love the background Anna!)