FWA Tools for Employees
The use of all of forms, tools, and checklists on this page are not mandatory. Please check with your supervisor and HR office to see if your department has different forms and resources in place.
What is an employee's first step?
First, check with your supervisor and/or HR office to identify and review your organization's policy on flexible work arrangements and whether your organization uses any different forms or processes. It is also important to understand that all flexible work arrangements must be approved by your supervisor. Flexible work arrangements are not an employee benefit or right and may not be approved for any business reason.
Two things; 1 - if your organization has a policy and allows flexible work arrangements, review the FWA orientation and frequently asked questions documents, and 2 - complete an employee self assessment.
You are now ready to request a flexible work arrangement. Complete an application and agreement, where applicable.
The last step is to take everything you have completed and meet with your supervisor for FWA approval consideration.
Work-Life Related Executive Orders and Joint House Resolution
"Greening of State Government" Executive Orders
1992 State Flexplace Pilot - Final Report
Work-Life Employee Discounts
Flexible Spending Accounts
Work-Life Related Programs
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