Update: March 20

Additional screening of employees recommended by Governor Mike DeWine

Governor Mike DeWine and Ohio Health Department Director Amy Acton have strongly recommended that all employers screen employees each day before work. While many Malone employees will begin working from home starting Monday, March 23, others will need to continue to work on campus. To adhere to the Governor’s recommendation, all employees reporting to campus must take their temperature prior to coming to campus. If your temperature is 100.4 or higher, you should self-quarantine with members of your household. Contact your supervisor to notify them that you will not be reporting to work and report your time as sick or vacation time. 

Below you will find two documents from Human Resources to assist you in the coming weeks. The first is the University’s Coronavirus Policy which is effective March 23. The second provides best practices for working remotely. If you have questions about either, contact Human Resources at x8158.

MALONE UNIVERSITY CORONAVIRUS POLICY

BEST PRACTICES: WORKING REMOTELY

Limit vendors coming to the Malone campus

The Coronavirus Task Force at this time is asking that faculty and staff to think carefully about any vendors who service the Malone campus and make decisions to limit those visits. Whenever possible, work with vendors to reduce or eliminate the contact with members of the Malone community. We recognize that some vendor visits will be viewed as necessary as they support essential operations. Talk with your Collegium member before making final decisions.

Additionally, please review and identify any standing orders that can be reduced due to the scaling back of campus operations. This will help to reduce costs.

FRIDAY, MARCH 20, PRESIDENT'S OFFICE