If you have broader questions relating to COVID-19 and the University’s planning, we encourage you to visit the University’s COVID-19 website.
- March 31: Faculty Members and Working on Campus (PDAD&C #59)
- March 31: [COVID-19] Continuing University Supports for Employees
- March 26: Update on Employee and Family Assistance Program Supports and Service Changes
- March 24: [COVID-19] Provincial Announcement on Essential Services – Impact on University Operations
- March 23: Impact of Temporary Travel Restrictions Resulting from COVID-19
- March 23: How to Support Employee Well-Being While Working Remotely
- March 19: Statement on the International Day for the Elimination of Racism
- March 18: COVID-19 HRIS Processing Guide
- March 18: COVID-19 Message to the Community from the Executive Director, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
- March 17: Continuity of Critical Functions that Support University of Toronto Core Activities
- March 17: COVID-19 Pay Continuity
- March 17: COVID-19 Remote & Flexible Work Arrangements
- March 17: [COVID-19] Critical Operations to Support University’s Core Commitments (PDAD&C #54)
- March 14: COVID-19 Updates
- March 14: Support and Advice for Employees During COVID-19
- March 13: Update on COVID-19 and the University’s response
- March 13: Important announcement from President Gertler regarding COVID-19
- March 13: HR & Equity Direction on Events Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
- March 12: Update on COVID-19 and the University’s response
- March 10: COVID-19 Workplace Operational Update #1 – Green Shield Benefits
After identifying critical functions, managers, division heads, and Deans should implement work-from-home arrangements for their entire teams, effective immediately.
The University intends to keep employees – staff appointed and casual – ‘whole’ for the period of March 14 – April 30. Employees will be updated after this period if circumstances change.
University Operations and Human Resources & Equity are ensuring that we have the central staff we need in critical areas working to support the University’s core activities.
If for any reason this information is not accessible to you, please contact Ben Poynton, and we will work with you to make appropriate arrangements.
The University encourages faculty, staff, librarians and their families who may need additional support to reach out for help and make use of services available, both internally and externally.
If You Are Sick or in Self-Isolation
All employees who are sick or who need to self-isolate should complete this self-declaration form after reporting their absence to their Manager, Supervisor, or Department Head. The University will use this information to monitor the overall health of our community.