Other Related Policies
- Compensation Policies
- Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics
- Employment of Relatives
- Modified Duty Program
- Notice of Voluntary Resignation
- Reporting and Investigating Fraudulent or Other Wrongful Acts
- Sexual Harassment
- Software Copyright Policy
- State Vehicle Seatbelt Use Requirement
- University of Florida Standard Operations
- Vulnerable Persons
Regardless of the work setting or working scenario, UF regulations and policies apply to all employees of the university. Of particular note are the following:
Alternate Work Location Policy
The practice of working at an approved alternate location instead of physically traveling to a central workplace is a work alternative that University of Florida supervisors may offer to employees when such requests meets the eligibility criteria established by the University of Florida’s Alternative Work Location Policy and when such working arrangements would benefit both the organization and employees, resources can accommodate the requests, and supervisory discretion allows for the employees to work at remote locations.
Wage and Hour/Time Reporting Policies
Wage and Hour Law (governing overtime eligibility for hourly/nonexempt employees) and Time Reporting Procedures must be adhered to in all cases, ensuring that hourly employee overtime is based on hours over 40 in the university’s workweek which runs from Friday through Thursday.
College/Work Unit Policies
Colleges or work units may have complementary policies related to working scenarios, particularly focused on available flexibility as well as conditions under which working at an alternate work location or hybrid schedules will be available. These policies cannot contradict university policies but can address expectations surrounding computer equipment (e.g., UF- versus personally provided), the procedures for returning equipment in need of repair or at the conclusion of employment, etc.
Acceptable Use Policy
The university’s Acceptable Use Policy for IT remains in effect.