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Work Life

As more employees return to campus, GW is providing staff members with guidance on the transition, tools to build successful hybrid teams and resources for well-being.


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Staff Toolkit

Human Resource Management and Development (HRMD) has created a number of resources to support staff members as many transition back to campus. Within this toolkit, you will find information on the different position designations, guidance designed to help managers build successful hybrid teams, updated recognition resources, and details regarding workforce planning. 

  • Remote and Hybrid Work Agreement
  • Designation Information
  • Manager Guidance



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GWell from Benefits is your well-being hub where you can engage with various programs that support our community as it moves onward. From mindfulness and mental health to financial and physical health, we understand that well-being is multidimensional. We invite you to explore the ways you and your family can gain support in your professional, home and personal life. 


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Work-Related Travel Guidance

Beginning Aug. 1, 2021, until further notice, and subject to continuing review of domestic and international health conditions, GW will resume university-related travel this academic year. The university will allow limited international travel in accordance with the latest version of the Interim Policy for International Travel during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Students, faculty, and staff traveling domestically will be expected to follow the established domestic travel policies for their school/department and the current local/CDC travel guidelines.