Workplace Flexibility Questions

If you request a work schedule that reduces your regularly scheduled hours, your pay will be pro-rated accordingly. If your total percent-time goes below 75%, you will not be eligible for benefits. Additional information on how flexible scheduling could impact benefits and paid time off is available by calling your Human Resources partner.
Any employee may submit a proposal for a flexible work arrangement. However, not all jobs are suitable for such an arrangement. Depending on the nature or location of a particular job, some types of alternative work schedules may not be appropriate. Due to their specific requirements, some types of jobs may not accommodate flexible work options at all. Supervisors/managers are encouraged to give positive consideration to requests where they meet the needs of both UNH and the individual.
Yes, you may try again. However, first consider why your proposal was denied previously. (If you don’t fully understand the reason your proposal was denied, ask your supervisor to clarify the business or performance reasons.) Then review the guidelines and determine if you can build a case for an alternative that might work for your particular situation. Ask your supervisor/manager to consider your new proposal and to discuss other alternatives.
Employees on an alternative schedule will be expected to meet the same performance standards, and supervisors/managers will be expected to use the same measurement criteria that are currently in place for employees working standard schedules. Criteria used for consideration of promotion (e.g. job performance) should be no different. In some cases, though, the responsibilities of the promotional opportunity may not be compatible with your current flexible work arrangement. Be sure to explore your options thoroughly and discuss alternatives with your supervisor/manager.
Your proposal provides the framework for a discussion between you and your supervisor/manager. There is usually no need to share the details of that discussion with others. A copy of your proposal will be kept in your department and HR personnel file.
Flexible work arrangements are evaluated principally on how business needs will be met and how work will get done as well as on an employee’s likelihood of success with the arrangement, based on his or her recent past performance. Your reason for requesting an alternative schedule is not a required part of the proposal. However, there may be times when providing the reason will be helpful. It may also make sense when a supervisor/manager is trying to sort through multiple requests for flexible work arrangements, or when the supervisor/manager would have to implement significant workplace changes in order to accommodate the request.
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A suggested guideline is that in work weeks in which scheduled administrative closings and/or holidays occur, employees on a CWW schedule return to the university's standard work week of five, (7.5 or 8) hour days.

EXAMPLE:  An employee works Monday through Thursday, ten hours per day on a CWW schedule.  The week of Thanksgiving, the employee will work eight hours on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and will receive eight hours for the holiday on Thursday and eight hours for the closing on Friday, for a total of 40 hours (or 37.5 for 7.5 hour days).