At the UNT System, we believe that work is what you do, not necessarily where you go each day. In support of that philosophy, UNT System is promoting Flexible Work Arrangements (FWA).
What are Flexible Work Arrangements?
Flexible Work Arrangements allow our staff to work at a time from a location other than their office or cubicle, when appropriate and as approved by their supervisor(s).
There are three types of Flexible Work Arrangements:
How can Managers/Supervisors and Staff Learn More?
Flexible Work Arrangements require significant communication and collaboration between supervisors and their staff. The official policy and forms are below, as well as links to required training and tips to implement FWA well going forward.
UNT Flexible Work Arrangement
Questions? Contact your UNT Campus HR Team at email@example.com or call 940-565-2281.
UNTHSC Flexible Work Arrangement
Questions? Contact your UNTHSC Campus HR Team at HSC.HR@untsystem.edu or call 817-735-2690 .
UNT Dallas Flexible Work Arrangement
Questions? Contact your UNTD Campus HR Team at HR@untdallas.edu or call 972-338-1410.
UNT System Administration
Questions? Contact Gary Finney, your System HR Director, at Gary.Finney@untsystem.edu or call 972-338-1411.
Employees are required to complete ONE training course related to developing flexible work arrangements specific to remote work to ensure understanding of mutual responsibilities before employees can submit a flexible work arrangement schedule for review and approval. Supervisors are required to complete ONE training course related to developing flexible work arrangements specific to remote work before supervisors can approve any positions for consideration of such arrangements. Supervisors also have the option to take an additional in-person training on managing flexible workers.
Both employee and supervisor must complete the training before the flexible work arrangement can be negotiated.
Training is offered in online and in-person. Once you have completed your training course, it will be documented within the UNT System Learning Management System. Enrolling in the training is simple:
Lynda.com Courses (Optional)