Return to Onsite Work Resources

The information on this page will be updated as new resources are available.

Related Policies

Policy or ProtocolDescription
Return to Workplace GuidebookThis guidebook is designed to help guide agencies planning to resume use of administrative and technical workspaces.
COVID-19 Testing, Quarantine, Isolation & Contact TracingGuidance for COVID-19 testing, contact tracing, and quarantine/isolation of County employees
Glove PolicyGuidance for the use of gloves in the workplace by County employees
Admin. Procedure 255: Employee Dress Code & Mask Wearing (Coming soon)Expanded dress code guidance for the use of masks in the workplace by County employees
OHRM COVID-19 FAQ Document, Updated July 1, 2020Guidance on reporting COVID-19 exposures in the workplace for County employees
TeleworkPolicy  for the use of telework for employees | Telework Agreement and Telework Standards
Alternative Work SchedulePolicy and resources for the use of an alternative work schedule for County employees
Travel PolicyGuidance on official travel for County employees during the COVID-19 pandemic
Leave Procedures for COVID-19 Related Issues - FFCRAEmergency Paid Sick Leave (EPSL) is available to eligible employees through the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and provides up to 80 hours of temporary new emergency paid sick leave to eligible employees who are unable to report to work or telework due to one of the following six COVID-19 related reasons: (1) the employee is subject to a Federal, State, or local quarantine or isolation order; (2) the employee has been advised to self-quarantine by a healthcare provider; (3) the employee is experiencing symptoms and seeking a medical diagnosis; (4) the employee is caring for an individual subject to a quarantine, isolation order, or who has been advised to self-quarantine by a healthcare provider; (5) the employee is caring for their minor child because of school and childcare provider closures; or (6) the employee is experiencing any substantially similar condition as identified by the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. The FFCRA is effective April 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020.


Employee Updates from OHRM

COVID-19 Resources

  • HR Frequently Asked Questions: COVID-19 (PDF)