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Working from home advice

Working from home advice

General Information

The situation is evolving continually so we advise you to look up the most up-to-date information on the University’s Coronavirus webpage

Working from home

There is guidance available on the University website around setting up a home workstation and it is advisable to complete a DSE working from home assessment

It is important to take regular breaks away from your screen and move about. Workrave have an app you can install on your computer to remind you.

University's guidance for parents

Leading a Healthy and Positive Team (Remotely)

Working from home: Support for disabled colleagues

Keeping Healthy and Productive

Eye Strain: A Homeworking Guide

Please see the Univerity's guidance on recording absence or more information about Self-Isolation, Absence and Pay arrangements related to COVID-19.

Please also remember that you can access further assistance from Spectrum Life which can be accessed 24/7 for telephone counselling via our online portal, as well as offering a range of well-being resources and guides.

For ongoing mild to moderate depression and anxiety it may also be appropriate to contact local NHS Improving Access to Psychological Therapy Services.