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Working From Home? Let OHR Know!

Input your status in the leave system by close of business TODAY

  • 17 April 2020
  • Author: Frederika Bain
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Working From Home? Let OHR Know!

The UH Office of Human Resources is directing all UH employees who are working from home/remotely, or on any other leave, to officially input their status in the UH Online Leave System (if not done already) by close of business today, Friday, April 17.

Additionally, all supervisors should promptly take appropriate action on all leave requests by 4:30 p.m. today.

If you are working from home, select the “COVID-19 Work from Home” option and mark the appropriate dates, as you would normally do in the system. UH officially started working remotely on Monday, March 23, and the work-from-home/remotely order runs through April 30. 

All employees working remotely, including non-instructional faculty, are required to update the Online Leave System; however, instructional faculty are exempt from this requirement.

***This is very important information that State lawmakers are requesting, so make sure you get it done! For questions, please refer to COVID-19 FAQs on the Office of Human Resources website, contact your HR representative, or email COVID19@hawaii.edu.

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