Phase 2 Recovery Training and Resources
COMING SOON: "Well-Being in the Time of COVID-19"
COVID-19 Training for University Contractors, Vendors and Affiliates
Contracted employees and affiliates of the University who are working on campus are required to complete the following training:
Instructions: These courses are in the Canvas LMS, however you do not need a University NetID to enroll. Simply follow the prompts to create a new account. Once you have verified your account by clicking the link that has been emailed to you, you may view and complete the course in Canvas.
Detailed instructions to complete the courses
Internal Procedures for Alternative Operations (COVID-19)
*NetID login required.
- Salary adjustments, promotions and reclassification
- Evaluation guidance | Faculty evaluation schedule and process
- Form I-9 during alternative operations | Amending the I-9 form
- Information on paying student and hourly employees | Pay procedure
- Time-off tracking | Requesting regular or coronavirus time off
- Grants-in-aid application process
Families First Coronavirus Response Act
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA or Act) requires certain employers to provide their employees with paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave for specified reasons related to COVID-19. These provisions will apply from April 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020. NSHE has implemented the provisions of this act as detailed in Families First Coronavirus Response Act - NSHE Policy.*
Downloadable Department of Labor Poster: Employee rights, paid sick leave, and expanded FMLA under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
Downloadable NSHE Employee Poster: NSHE Employee rights, paid sick leave, and expanded FMLA under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
Equal Opportunity and Title IX
Can I still file a report with Equal Opportunity/Title IX?
Yes, Title IX staff are working remotely for the safety of our community. Our team will facilitate assistance via telephone, email and Zoom to ensure you receive the help you require. Staff will not answer phones, but will actively monitor emails, voice messages and reports submitted through the online reporting system. Phone calls may be returned from a private or unlisted number. Please rest assured that we remain committed to addressing concerns of discrimination and seeing that Every Member of The Pack is Treated With Dignity and Respect. Reports can be filed from the EO/Title IX website.
Are Equal Opportunity/Title IX sponsored trainings available?
Yes, EO/Title IX will continue training and awareness initiatives during the time of remote operations by continuing the Law Room program and creating and conducting virtual and electronic programs for departments and students. Please send your requests for training to EOTIX@unr.edu.
Can I still request American with Disabilities Act or Religious accommodations?
Yes, ADA and Religious accommodation requests can still be made. EO/Title IX will continue to process these requests utilizing remote means to include obtaining medical documentation via fax and conducting reviews via electronic means.
Are Equal Opportunity/Title IX investigations continuing?
Yes, EO/Title IX continues to work on cases and processing will continue utilizing electronic means where possible. Interviews, meetings, etc. will be conducted via electronic means.