I'm forwarding this to our Human Resources person, Kristy Hawman,
because, while I could definitely be mistaken, I believe we had an out
of state employee a while back.
Kristy, can you shed any light on this.
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Subject: [CIO] Policies/Practices for out-of-state telecommuting
We are hoping to hire an employee for our web development staff who is a
resident of another state and would mostly be working as a telecommuter,
with periodic trips to campus for coordination. We are getting a lot of
pushback from our Human Resources department about setting up such an
arrangement, citing risk management issues.
Do any of you have policies in place that would cover this situation,
and be willing to share, or have experience with a similar situation
that we could use to work with HR to accomplish this? The issue is not
telecommuting, rather it's the out-of-state factor that seems to be a
Vice Provost and CIO
Santa Clara University
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