During this challenging transitional period, staff plays a critical role in supporting the campus community. We are so grateful for the incredible work of our employees, especially during these difficult times. We also appreciate your continued understanding and flexibility.
Per campus guidance, those of you who are currently successfully working from home should plan to continue to do so until March 19, 2021. Exclusions: Those approved to work/teach onsite and health care providers and personnel governed by separate UCLA health system ramp-up guidelines.
The UCLA Office of the Chancellor announced on August 14 that UCLA will have no pandemic-related indefinite or temporary layoffs for career employees through at least January 15, 2021. Read the full message →
If you work on campus and are not involved in clinical care, you are required to take UCLA’s return-to-work training, which is hosted on the UC Learning Center (campus LMS). Navigate to http://lms.ucla.edu/. Log in using SSO and search for training “COVID-19 Pandemic: Returning to Work on Campus.” Read FAQs >>
For policy-covered staff employees, UC President Janet Napolitano recently approved a temporary change in UC’s Absence from Work policy to provide additional relief for parents balancing work and child care responsibilities. Through December 31, 2020, eligible staff may use their accrued sick leave if they are unable to work or telework because their children are not able to physically attend their school or place of care due to COVID-19 precautions. With the UC President’s approval in effect, granting the use of accrued sick leave for these purposes will not be considered an exception to the Absence from Work policy.
Please use this form to share COVID-19-related topics or questions that are most important to you/your team. *Please note: Questions related to UCLA health system policies and guidelines (e.g., on masking or hospital/clinic operations) should be addressed during huddles, escalated up your clinical chain-of-command and, from there, directed to health system area leaders.
UCLA Ergonomics has developed resources for remote workers:
Additional support, telephonic consultations and Zoom Q&A sessions are available by contacting email@example.com or submitting an EHS Service Request. Visit the Ergonomics and Telecommute page →
UCLA Health IT has developed a Guide for Remote Work, which includes guidance on devices, technology, and resources for working and collaborating remotely. Visit the IT Guide for Remote Work →
All nonessential University-related international and domestic travel is suspended until further notice. View our Ramp-up FAQ page to learn how to request approvals and exceptions.
Continue checking UCLA's Travel Services website for updates and additional details →