Aerial photo of the Case Western Reserve University campus, especially Case Quad and Adelbert Hall, in fall

Staff hybrid remote work forms now available; submission deadline is Oct. 1

As part of university preparations for the Oct. 1 transition to an updated hybrid remote work program, the Office of Human Resources has posted important documents to its website.

Starting next month, staff eligible to participate in the hybrid work program must be physically on campus three days a week—unless they are in departments designated for employees to be present every weekday.

Human resource administrators and/or department administrators in participating units must submit all required documentation—including signatures where necessary—by Oct. 1. Those documents are:

(A third document—Staff Hybrid Remote Work Certification Form—must be completed and signed by employees participating in the hybrid program, but it resides within individual departments or units.)

Departments or units that do not submit the two required documents will not be permitted to participate in the Staff Hybrid Remote Work program. Hybrid plans approved prior to Oct. 1 will no longer be valid.  

Information regarding how to submit the documents can be found on the Hybrid Submission Form.

President Eric W. Kaler and Interim Provost Joy K. Ward announced the program changes in an Aug. 24 email. Representatives of the Office of General Counsel and Office of Human Resources presented additional information during an Aug. 31 webinar. A recording of the webinar—and a copy of the slides presented—is available on the Human Resources website.