University of Maine System Remote Work Guidelines
Your University of Maine System Office of Human Resources, working in collaboration with our partners in the collective bargaining units, developed a set of Remote Work Guidelines and materials to assist employees and supervisors.
- Questions for you and your supervisor/manager to consider in exploring alternative work arrangements
- Updated guidance on remote work within the University of Maine System
- Remote Work Agreement
- Guidance from Safety Management on how best to explore a safe and productive alternative workplace
These guidelines are explained in detail below.
Remote work guidelines
- University of Maine System remote work guidelines (text only webpage)
- University of Maine System remote work guidelines (PDF)
Remote work decision-making tool
- University of Maine System remote work decision-making tool (text only webpage)
- University of Maine System remote work decision-making tool (PDF)
Important questions for you and your supervisor to consider in reaching future work arrangements can be accessed in the guidance provided by this decision-making document.
Remote work agreement
1 – Employee and supervisor/manager discuss the sample remote work agreement below:
- Sample remote work agreement (text only webpage) Reference Only
- Sample remote work agreement (PDF) Reference Only
2 – Once employee and supervisor/manager discuss the sample remote work agreement, select the link below to complete the online Remote Work Agreement form for submission:
Safety and remote work
Here you will find guidance from Safety Management on how best to explore a safe and productive alternative workplace and complete a safety checklist:
- Accessible version of “Computer Workstation for Remote Work Process” (PDF, External Site)
- Standard version of “Computer Workstation for Remote Work Process” (PDF, External Site)
Discuss with your supervisor or manager, or with Human Resources
Employees are encouraged to access these helpful tools in preparation for important conversations with their supervisor or manager. Human Resources Partners are also available to answer questions as well.