Posted on October 21, 2021 at 12:51 PM by Kansas Department of Administration
- Any employee who has effectively worked remotely during Phase 1 will continue to work remotely, unless otherwise directed.
- Any employee who has been reporting to work during Phase 1 will also continue to do so.
- Agencies may need to require additional employees to start performing their duties in either of the above capacities based on operational requirements. Any such employee is to be provided with at least 24 hours of notice regarding their requirement to report to work, remotely or on-site.
- Agencies should work to avoid gatherings of employees in groups of more than 15 where social distancing protocols cannot be maintained except for infrequent or incidental moments of closer proximity AND continue to phase in employees on-site as possible while maintaining six feet of distance between employee workstations.
05-a-005 - Mandatory Direct Deposit for State Employee Reimbursements (July 7, 2004) (supplemented by 05-a-012)
01-a-021 - Capital Outlay Policy Raising Capitalization Threshold to $5,000 and Policy for Safeguarding Assets (June 21, 2001) (Supersedes 00-a-021, Supplements 01-a-018) (Supplemented by 02-a-017)
16-P-007 SHARP Cutover for PeopleTools Upgrade, SMART Upgrade and Other Key Payroll Processing Dates in November 2015 (October 9, 2015)