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Remote work and telecommuting are alternative work arrangements that allow UNM staff employees to perform all their work (remote) or part of their work (telecommuting) away from a UNM worksite within the state of New Mexico. With department approval, UNM considers remote work/telecommuting to be a viable, flexible work option when both the employee and the job are suited to such an arrangement.
This program may be appropriate for some staff employees and jobs, but not for others. It is not an entitlement, and in no way changes the terms and conditions of employment with the University or any collective bargaining agreement, if applicable.
Staff who are interested in remote work or telecommuting should:
Where a remote work or telecommuting agreement doesn’t work, but a flexible work arrangement might be needed, departments may consider establishing a flexible schedule for an employee. See University Administrative Policy 3300, Section 3. Flexible Schedules.
Moratorium on New Remote Work by Employees Out-of-State and Out-of-Country
In some cases, a remote work or telecommuting arrangement may need to be terminated, whether that be per the request of the employee or per the needs of the department. To terminate an agreement:
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and your HR Consultant will respond.