Some employees to return to work Aug. 3

July 9, 2020
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Employees whose work either supports the student experience or needs to be done on campus for a successful fall operation should plan to return to their workspace by Aug. 3, President Wendy Wintersteen announced in a July 2 email to the Iowa State community. Supervisors should be identifying and communicating with those employees as part of their local workspace plan, which can include variables such as staggered daily start and end times or day-of-the-week rotations to accommodate physical distancing in the office.

in a July 2 email to the Iowa State community. Supervisors should be identifying and communicating with those employees as part of their local workspace plan, which can include variables such as staggered daily start and end times or day-of-the-week rotations to accommodate physical distancing in the office.

As a first step in returning to campus, please complete the Learn@ISU online training course Returning to Iowa State before returning to campus. This is a 20-minute training that will provide valuable information about physical distancing, face covering expectations, health monitoring, and keeping your workspace clean.

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As of July 7, LSS director Jared Hohanshelt said central stores had filled more than 300 employee orders totaling more than 18,000 face coverings. These are provided at no cost to the unit or employee; up to two face coverings per employee.

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