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Employee Checklist

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Before returning to your workspace

Be committed. Be well. poster image, with illustrations of three people wearing masks.

Join us in pledging to adopt the 10 principles that will help us care for the health and well-being of each other.

This new Virginia Tech public safety app contains the Hokie Health survey (your daily health self-check) and other emergency resources. Learn more about the app and survey



Join us in pledging to adopt the 10 principles that will help us care for the health and well-being of each other.



The module is required for all students, faculty, staff, and wage employees.



When coming to work each day

Use the Hokie Health survey each day, available on the Hokie Ready app. For employees who do not have a smartphone, the survey can be accessed from any computer. You can also print a copy of the survey.

If you need protective equipment, talk to your supervisor. Review the hygiene best practices section, which outlines face coverings and more.

Read the Daily Email and check this site regularly.

What’s the difference, anyway, between isolation and quarantine? Check out our definitions page to learn more about a variety of COVID-19 terms. (Here’s the short answer: Isolation is separating a person with a contagious disease from people who are not sick, while quarantine is separating and limiting the movements of people who may have been exposed.)

Other Instructions

If working remotely full or part-time, submit a telework agreement. Review information about telework.

Whether it’s managing your health, wellness, or finances, there are plenty of options – both in-person and virtual – to assist in achieving your goals.

Access professional development opportunities through the Virtual Learning Center.

For additional questions, contact:
Human Resources Service Center
hrservicecenter@vt.edu, 540-231-9331
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.