Return to the Workplace Resources and Training

Published Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at 3:41pm

To our Maricopa community,

As we continue to prepare for the Fall 2020 semester, within the guidelines directed by local and state health officials, we would like to update our employees regarding Phase I of reopening in-person operations. Our primary goal is to ensure the safety of our students, staff, faculty, and surrounding community. Several resources have been developed to help achieve this goal.

COVID-19 Safety Standards for Returning to the Workplace

The safety standards provide overarching standards for ensuring the health and safety of all individuals who return to a Maricopa Community College, District Office or MCCCD location. Please click this link to download the standards for returning to the workplace (Word).

This document is for employees and available on the Employee Portal > Human Resources > COVID-19 > Employee Resources. It is also available in the COVID-19 header on the Employee Portal Home Page.

Guidelines for Returning to the Workplace

The guidelines provide a higher-level, polished version of the safety standards that are available to the community. Click this link to open the guidelines (PDF).

This document is available on the Maricopa.edu > COVID-19 > Student and Community Resources.

Return to Workplace Training

All employees have been automatically enrolled in the Return to Workplace Training plan in the Employee Learn Center. Employees should have received an email with the direct link to the training.

All employees returning June 8 or later are required to complete this training prior to returning to campus. Those employees who have already returned to the office must complete the training as soon as possible. Once the training is complete it will display on your training record and trigger an email notifying your supervisor. Completion of this training must be completed by 7/23/2020 or before returning to the workplace, whichever is sooner.

#YouMatter

Wellness Maricopa Coordinators have worked collaboratively to launch a campaign, #YouMatter, centered on the eight dimensions of wellness: emotional, spiritual, occupational, financial, social, intellectual, financial, and physical.

This program supplies resources and tools that aim to provide easily accessible knowledge for all employees to navigate challenges and lead a healthy and happy life. You can access more information in the Employee Learn Center ELC Wellness Resources.

Thank you for partnering with us to ensure that we all have a workplace that is as safe as possible.