CU's Alternate Work Arrangement policy allows employees to work off site and adapt their schedule if their managers and department heads permit them to do so.
Understand guidelines for Alternate Work Schedules.
- You and your supervisor will work together to establish your schedule.
- You'll be required to document your work hours and record the proper leave designation in My Leave for any time off regardless of work schedule.
- If you're eligible for overtime, your supervisor must authorize those extra hours before you work them.
Complete the Alternate Work Agreement form and submit it to your supervisor and appointing authority (department head) before you begin your arrangement. HR will keep a final copy for reference.
Please note: Only those employees currently working out of state or on an alternate schedule should fill out the alternate work agreement if they have not already done so.