There are some restrictions that employees need to be aware of and that includes such matters as:
The wearing of face-masks is required of all employees while in public places at the College; please contact the Office of Human Resources if you have not received a face-mask; please feel free to wear one from home. Employees need to check-in when arriving to campus and complete the permission to work form (QR or paper form).
The employee will be required to:
• Take their own temperature
• Read and sign a form or utilize a QR code process (explained at the table)
• Maintain social distancing (6 ft.)
• Visit hand sanitizing stations
• Stagger arrivals and departures
• Sanitize the work place
• Telework when possible
Please contact the Office of Human Resources for more information.
If you are unsure please contact Denise Johnson at x4407. It is important for the College to have your current, accurate contact information.
This policy is designed to address matters of a ‘serious illness or injury of the employee.’ Its use for COVID-19 matters will be handled on a case-by-case basis through the Office of Human Resources.
If you are feeling ill, please visit your primary care physician or an urgent-care center. If you are simply curious and desiring assistance please contact the Office of Human Resources. One source of information this office will direct you to is the IMPACT Solutions web site:
• Click on the orange button: ‘Go to member login’
• Member Login – Username: zanestate
• Click on the red banner at top of page: NEWS ALERT Coronavirus COVID-19 Outbreak
If you need to inquire of accommodation matters you should contact the Office of Human Resources.
Each supervisor should be aware of our ‘Non-discrimination and anti-harassment’ policy – 300.28. It clearly describes classes of people that are protected from discrimination and harassment behaviors. This includes our employees and any individual participating in a College program or activity. The protected classes are sex, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, genetic information (GINA), military status, sexual orientation, and gender identity and expression. Multiple laws and enforcement agencies apply to these types of discrimination. For example, employers are prohibited from asking employees to disclose if they have compromised immune systems or a chronic health condition that would make them more susceptible to COVID-19.
If a supervisor has a question they are to consult the Office of Human Resources (OHR) for advice and counsel. OHR will often rely on the assistance of the Office of the Ohio Attorney General.
(1) FMLA, ADA, EEOC, DOL, and etc.
Please read more here: https://www.zanestate.edu/info/employees/meaningful-work.
Contact your faculty liaison for further information.
As an employee, you can receive complementary mental health assistance. Please visit the College’s IMPACT Solutions Employee Assistance Provider here to get started: https://impactsolutionseap.personaladvantage.com/portal/landing?a=1.