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Telecommuting Policy and Forms

The UW River Falls Telecommuting Administrative Policy AP-06-120 has been revised. Please review this policy and also UW System Administrative Policy 1228. Any telecommuting must be requested and approved through the Telecommuting Agreement available in your MyUW portal. View how to access, submit and update the agreement in the Requestor Tipsheet. Email if questions after reviewing both policies.

Additional Documents and Town Hall Information

View the COVID-19 Reference Guide, Town Hall recordings and other resources.

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FAQs for Employees

In this situation, the best thing to do is discuss your concerns with your immediate supervisor. 

If you are feeling sick after arriving at work, notify your supervisor immediately. A supervisor may direct you to leave work. Additionally, contact your health care provider and/or local health authorities. Use of sick or other leave such as vacation will be handled pursuant to existing UW System and UWRF policies and procedures.

If an employee tests positive for COVID-19 and notifies their supervisor as required, the supervisor should then immediately contact Custodial Services for cleaning/disinfecting of affected rooms. Custodial Services will consult with the supervisor and follow CDC and Pierce County Health guidance. This guidance recommends closing off areas where someone has been sick for up to 24 hours when possible, then cleaning and disinfecting the area before other employees return to the space. If it has been more than seven days since the sick person accessed the space, disinfection is not required. Notifications to custodial supervisors should not include names, only the building and room(s) affected. Supervisors in Residence Life, the University Center and the Falcon Center should contact the custodial supervisor in their respective department. For all academic/administrative buildings on campus, supervisors should send an email notifcation to

Return to Campus Plan: FAQs for Supervisors

They should call their health care provider for medical advice, including whether or not they should be COVID-19 tested.

Supervisors should contact UWRF Human Resources if they have additional questions.