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Atlanta, GACWA District 3WFH encouragedLabor Organizing3/12/2020
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Austin, TexasUniversity of Texas, AustinOnline after spring break. Staff required to come to work. May not WFH without using sick days. Only the governor can say staff can WFH.
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Austin, TexasAppleWorkers told they cannot WFH
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Beaverton, ORNike"Encouraging U.S.-based employees to work from home starting Monday, March 16 through Tuesday, March 31, if your job allows. Please talk with your manager if you’re unsure." ** I'm a contractor who does development. I don't have sick pay but can WFH. Need more info on what employees and contract workers in other roles are being told. Apparel3/16/2020
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Bellingham WaAvenue BreadWorkers told to call in sick if they are showing symptoms, reliant on established hourly accrued sick leave. No new policies set up for Covid-19. Waiting to see if we will close. Food Service 3/13/2020
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Berkeley, CAUniversity of California, BerkeleyAll classes moved online through the end of the semester. Housing contracts relieved if students move out. Research and student support still active, but with flexible work arrangements advised.University/Academic3/13/2020
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Berkeley, CA
One example of an office within UC Berkeley
Different departments and offices develop their own plans since the university policies tend to be written in a way that allows for discretion of bosses. My particular department has finally started to implement a rotating WFH vs. in the office work schedule starting 3/16, so that we still have some in-person coverage. As of 3/17 we are temporarily moving to all-remote because of shelter in place order by Alameda County.University/Academic3/16/2020
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Buffalo, NYM&T BankAll employees are being asked to come into the office unless they have a specific health concern (being at-risk, or living with people who are at-risk)Bank3/16/2020
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Cambridge, MATakedaSplit shifts; commute in off-peak hours; and work from homePharmaceuticals3/9/2020
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Carlisle, PADickinson CollegeAnnouncement made asking all students to leave campus midway through an extended spring break; all classes will resume online. No visitors allowed on campus for the remainder of the semester. All spring study abroad programs suspended. College offering shipping or storage of students' "essential items" (computers, books, etc.) from residence halls. Course registration period extended. Students with extenuating circumstances allowed to petition to stay on campus. University/Academic3/18/2020
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GlobalDoorDashMost employees and contractors are required to work from home. Employees can request up to $250 for work from home equipment (equipment is property of the company)Logistics Company3/15/2020
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GlobalSquareEmployees are required to work from home. Employees are given pre-tax credit for equipment to work from home‎Financials3/15/2020
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Global companies with offices in 6 continents (US main offices in Manhattan and Cary, NC)
Oxford University PressWork from home if possible. If in self-isolation and unable to work remotely, employees will have paid leave and it will not be counted against their sick time or vacation time. US offices remain open.
Nonprofit/academic publishing house
3/12/2020
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Houston, TexasFajitas A' Go GoWorkers told to call in sick if they are showing symptoms, no paid sick leave.Food Service3/12/20
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ItalyItalyFull quarantineCountry
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Melbourne, FLFlorida Institute of TechnologyClasses moved to online. Spring Break extended one week to allowfaculty/staff to prepare for online coursework. Many things unclear. Commencement cancelled, but only for guests. Some big alumni fundraising events are still planned. People who left on spring break may come back, but are not required to. Dorms are open. Situation is in effect until end of semester. College students on work study can stay home and be paid. College students in other employment positions on campus rely on supervisor discretion. Education3/18/2020
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Nashville, TN Vanderbilt University LibraryStaff have to work on campus with work from home not generalized yet. Classes moved online, students told to leave campus by 3/16.University/Academic
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National (inc. NYC offices)Conde Nast/HearstWork from home encouragedCorporation 3/12/2020
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National (inc. NYC offices)FINRAStaff is permitted to work from home for the foreseeable future. Offices are open and staff has the option to either work at the office or from home.Nonprofit org3/12/2020
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NationwideWalmartPaid sick leave for employees who contract COVID-19 or are subject to mandatory quarantineRetail Corporation3/12/2020
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NationwideUberPaid sick leave for employees who contract COVID-19 or are subject to mandatory quarantineRide-Hailing Company3/12/2020
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NationwideStarbucks"Catastrophe pay" for employees who have been diagnosed with, exposed to or in close contact with someone with COVID-19 for up to 14 days; possibly to limit orders to drive-thru, mobile app, deliveryFood Service3/12/2020
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NationwideOlive GardenPaid sick leaveFood Service3/12/2020
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New YorkFragomenWork from home in general; one employee per team will be in the office once a week next week as neededLaw firm3/12/2020
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New YorkSSCG"Anybody who needs to work from home - can work from home. You have the discretion to manage the situation on an individual basis."media3/12/2020
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New YorkMilbank LLPWork from home alternate weeks depending on first letter of last nameLaw firm3/11/2020
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New YorkDisney New York Corporate OfficeWorkers have the sole option to work from homeMedia3/12/2020
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New YorkFordham UniversityClasses moved online; staff who can work from home may be required to do so until further notice; students studying abroad are being called home; self-quaratine mandated for people infected/exposed University/Academic3/12/2020
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New YorkPratt InstituteClasses cancelled, transition to online after Spring break school recession. Admin staff working from homeCollege/Academic
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New York & NJAmazon (Corporate)Employees asked to work from homeMonster3/12/2020
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New York, New York Housing Conservation Cooridnators Inc. (HCC)Work from home ONLY if approved by direct supervisor (seems to be being applied differently thoughout office departments), but not encouraged. If feeling sick should stay home using health days. Attorneys must still appear in court. Non-attorney staff members must still come to the office unless feeling sick. In office intakes are still happening with one of two days being cancled next week. Nonprofit/ Legal Services3/12/2020
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New York, New York Urban Justice CenterOffice is closed to walk-ins from Mon 03/16 through at least Fri 03/27. Many employees began working from home Thurs 03/12. Admin will remain at front desk during this time, but all othe employees are being told to work from home unless they have a necessary client meeting or court appearance. Also, some individual units are scheduling staggered shifts to work from the office in order to help send faxes, scan documents, and receive/send mail. All onsite and offsite meetings and events to be postponed or moved to phone/email if possible.Nonprofit/ Legal Services03/12/2020
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New York, New York Legal Defense Fund shift work, nonlegal staff are working from home every other day in shiftsNonprofit/Legal Services3/12/2020
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New York, New York Building Movement ProjectEveryone is allowed/encouraged to work from home. Office remains open.Nonprofit3/12/2020
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New York, NYNew York TimesWorking from home encouragedNews/Media3/11/2020
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New York, NYColumbia UniversityAll classes online, non-essential staff encouraged to work from homeUniversity/Academic3/14/20
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New York, NYNBCEmployees asked to work from homeNews/Media3/11/2020
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New York, NYNYUClasses online; policies for other staff unclear; Most staff forced to still come in; faculty and instructor no longer coming in. Tentatively until April 19 (as of March 12 email from president hamilton)University/Academic3/12/2020
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New York, NYCUNYClasses cancelled/online; policies for other staff unclear; childcare, library, custodial, and security/operations staff required to go in. Brooklyn College has had two cases of confirmed Covid-19University/Academic3/17/2020
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New York, NYVox MediaOffices closed until April 3, 2020News/Media3/12/20
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New York, NYMFJEmployees may choose to work from home; staggered hours encouraged; non-essential meetings cancelled; self-quaratine mandated for people infected/exposed (sick or vacation time not required)Nonprofit/Legal Services3/12/22020
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New York, NYFiveThirtyEight/ABCWork from home for foreseeable futureNews/Media3/12/2020
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New York, NYTake Root JusticeWorkers have the sole option to work from homeLaw Firm3/12/2020
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New York, NYCCHRWorkers who have internet access at home were asked to upload important docs to onedrive and scan older case docsNYC agency 3/12/2020
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New York, NYNYCBA ED emailed and implemented remote work starting next week. Staff will rotate to come in and check mailBar association3/12/2020
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New York, NYLASPolicy is constantly evolving; people can opt to work from home, take sick days as needed, office is preparing staff to work from home (policy updated--see Chiansan's email)Nonprofit 3/12/2020
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New York, NYJPMorgan Chase (Corporate)All employees work remotely Financial3/16/2020
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New York, NYWagner CollegeClasses taught online after Spring Break unless it's not possible. Non-academic staff still reporting in order to keep campus open, but services are limited.University/Academic
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New York, NYSquareFootEmployees told to work from homeCommercial Real Estate Company3/9/2020
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New York, NYLegal Services NYC (LSSA 2320)All staff who are able to work from home encouraged to do so; staff who cannot work from home are still allowed to stay home & will not have to use sick/vacation time; eviction moratorium and courts closed for non-essential functions as of Tues 3/17.Nonprofit/Legal Services3/15/2020
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New York, NY
Neighborhood Defender Service of Harlem
Anyone who can work remotely is encouraged to do so. Office is not closed. As long as court operations are running normally, attorneys will have to continue to go to court to represent clients (unless you are sick or have sought an accommodation)Nonprofit/Legal Services3/12/2020
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New York, NYNew York Public LibraryCanceling all public programs, managerial staff working from home, most front-line staff still required to come inLibrary3/12/2020
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New York, NYIBEW Local 3 (Electrical Workers)"Situation is fluid." Extended elogible 401k withdrawal paid days from 5 to 30, but process is unclear. Layoffs on a shop-by-shop basis
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New York, NYMake the Road New YorkCommunity center/legal services 3/12/2020
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Newark, NJAudibleMultimedia3/9/2020
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Newark, NJRutgers UniversityAll classes online after spring break. University/Academic3/10/2020
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NYCL'Oreal Work from home encouragedCorporation 3/12/2020
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Redwood City, CAStanford University PressAll staff must work from home (CA is on shelter-in-place)Academic publishing house3/21/20
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San Marcos, TexasTexas State University Extra week of Spring Break. Classes go online until April 12. Staff required to come to work. May not WFH without using sick days. Only the governor can say staff can WFH.
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Santa Clara CountyAppleMost employees and contractors are told to WFH. Some are not allowed to WFH. Contractors who are not allowed to WFH are not given sick pay. Contractors who have been told by the company to self-quarantine have not been given additional sick pay.
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Seattle, WA University of Washington All classes moved to online-only until at least April 24. Staff and faculty strongly encouraged to telework until st least the March 30 (end of the quarter), but final say lies ultimately with staff management
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Seattle, WA MicrosoftGlobally encouraged to avoid all non-essential business travel. Offering two weeks base pay without depleting paid sick/vacation time for childcare due to school closures. Puget Sound region (maybe others) in "work from home status" where "we ask you to do so if it is not essential to for you to be in the office to perform your job duties." Exceptions to coming in even if essential if in high risk group or caregiver to someone at high risk. Reminder not to come in if sick no matter what. Initial end of WFH was 3/25, no further update on end date. Will continue to pay "all our vendor hourly service providerse their regular pay during this period of reduced service needs" (4,500 workers).Tech3/12/2020
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State of GeorgiaUniversity System of GeorgiaInconsistent based on campus and job category, HVAC staff told to report as usual, admin staff, after pushback, told they can do 4 hour shifts solo the rest from home, other campuses 100% from home, faculty all at homeEducation3/16/2020
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Storrs, ConnecticutUConn Dining ServicesUniversity is doing online classes, cafeteria workers on leave until April 5th. One cafeteria remains open to feed trapped international students. Those who are working are volunteers. How our pay will work is unknown, either full pay or temp layoff.Food Service3/13/2020
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WorldwideGoogleRecommending that staff work from home, beginning March 12, 2020, until further noticeTech3/11/2020
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