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Structured Hybrid Work Model

The goal is to promote a structured hybrid work model (HWM) for participation by College of Engineering (CoE) and Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) staff with appropriate controls for performance, accountability, safety, and information security. The HWM provides flexible work arrangements for positions

  • when the work is conducive to it
  • when it can mutually benefit the Engineering Enterprise and employee in achieving work deliverables
  • when the work performance can be appropriately monitored
  • when it does not result in a significant additional financial cost to the division/department

Remote hybrid work is described as a location-flexible arrangement, allowing employees to combine onsite and remote work. This arrangement may or may not be in response to a business need. Up to two full business days or two half business days is the suggested schedule.

By comparison, an approved alternate work arrangement is an arrangement that provides for the employee to work at a location other than designated headquarters based on a business necessity. Examples include access to specific equipment and/or customers at another location, space constraints at division headquarters or used to retain employees with specialized skills.

References

Definitions

Remote Hybrid Work – a location-flexible arrangement, allowing employees to combine onsite and remote work. This arrangement may or may not be in response to a business need.

HWM Agreement - A written agreement that outlines the expectations, terms, and conditions.

Required

The following steps are required, reading the HWM Initiative document and completing the assessment, to be considered for the location-flexible arrangement.