The FlexWork@RU Pilot Program has been extended through August 31, 2024. All current flexible work arrangements set to expire on August 31, 2023, with the exception of fully remote work arrangements which were approved for only one year or shorter, will be automatically extended in the FlexWork@RU Application System. Read the full announcement from Sr. Vice President Vivian Fernández.
On June 23, 2022, President Holloway endorsed the recommendations of the Future of Work Task Force with an immediate focus on the implementation of flexible work arrangements and caregiver support options. View the full Task Force Report.
The goal of the recognition program is to strengthen institutional pride and build on the ideal of a beloved community where employees are engaged, productive, valued, and rewarded for their contributions.
The FlexWork@RU Pilot Program expands the current flexible work arrangement offerings available to eligible employees through August 31, 2024.
The Caregiver Support Pilot Program available through August 31, 2024 offers eligible employees access to the world’s largest network of child and adult caregivers to meet all of your unexpected care needs.
Resources and training opportunities to help managers and employees navigate the new FlexWork@RU Pilot Program, technology resources, and more.
The Future of Work Task Force was charged with developing an inclusive process to help the university community collectively reflect on lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic, and in some cases the remote work experiment, to determine our best path forward.
Submit questions about the future of work task force report or the FlexWork@RU Pilot Program.