Guidance for successful remote working for WashU managers and employees.
Remote Work Videos
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Work remotely and remain connected to your organization. Coach Todd Dewett reveals how you can create a productive work environment at home by structuring your day correctly, dedicating a space to work, and avoiding distractions.
Remote Work Foundations. In this course, coach Mike Gutman from FlexJobs shows how to use today’s cloud-based communication and collaboration tools to get work done from anywhere, while remaining connected to your organization.
Remote Work Playbook (PDF) WashU Human Resources Organization Development Team
Andrew Knight, professor of organizational behavior at Olin Business School
Manager Training Courses
- Leading at a Distance
- Giving and receiving feedback virtually
- Remote Coaching and Feedback
- Remote Workers are the Future of Business
- Performance and Virtual Teams
- Providing feedback to a remote worker
- Managing Virtual Teams
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University Policies & Resources
- Remote Work Arrangement (PDF)
- Flexible Work Arrangement Policy
- Out of State Employee Handbook Supplements
- HIPAA Policies & Procedures
- FERPA Policy
Washington University in St. Louis recognizes that it offers a wide range of jobs in many different work settings that have differing operational needs. The university believes that the utilization of flexible work arrangements offers advantages for both the university and our employees where these arrangements are operationally possible.
Similarly, our employees have different personal and family circumstances and need options for balancing personal and work commitments. Remote work arrangements are one of the variety of flexible work arrangements available. This page is intended to provide resources and guidance for managers and employees on effective remote work.