2017/10/13 – Flexible Work Policy edited to incorporate information about taking classes - Human Resources at Ohio State

Flexible Work Policy edited to incorporate information about taking classes

Ohio State supports flexible work arrangements to achieve a productive, predictable and stable work environment that enables staff to balance work and personal needs, including taking classes at Ohio State.

Flexible Work Policy 6.12 outlines all types of flexible work arrangements and the process for establishing a flexible work schedule. It has been edited to include information about taking a class during normal business hours. Enrollment in Credit Programs Policy 2.35, which previously included this information, is being retired.

The process for taking a class during normal business hours remains the same, including meeting performance expectations and completing the form Request for Course Enrollment During Regularly Scheduled Work Hours for approval prior to registering for the class, but the content is now included in the Flexible Work Policy.

If you are interested in establishing a flexible work arrangement, review the policy and work with your supervisor.

Learn more about Flexible Work Policy 6.12 and Faculty and Staff Tuition Assistance.

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