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2.1.21 Remote Work Arrangements

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Stanford University (Stanford) is committed to providing staff flexible work options in line with the operational needs of the university and their department. In appropriate circumstances, Stanford may hire or transition existing staff to work in Remote roles in which the individual’s primary workspace is at a location other than a Stanford location. This guide memo sets forth policies and procedures to facilitate Remote work arrangements for eligible employees in appropriate circumstances.

2.2.5 Requesting a Lactation Accommodation

12.5.6 Indemnification

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Employment contracts or agreements will govern the indemnification of employees in each country.

12.5.5 Protection of Property

12.5.4 Property and Liability Insurance

12.5.3 Stanford Identification and Email Accounts

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The hiring department will be notified of an employee’s or affiliate's Stanford identification number after personal data is entered into the relevant Stanford database. This number is then communicated to the employee to generate a SUNetID and Stanford email address, following the same process used on the Stanford campus. The SUNet ID enables access to secure University websites, specific system authority, and Stanford's computing network. The SUNet ID stays with the employee during all employment, student or other affiliation at Stanford.

12.5.2 Directories and Distribution Lists

12.5.1 Visas for and Employment of Foreign Nationals

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The University and its affiliates will comply with each country’s visa and employment law at all times. All affiliated employees must have the legal right to work and reside in the country where work is being performed.

12.4.7 University Resources

12.4.6 Disability and Family Leaves

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Stanford provides disability coverage in each country in compliance with law and appropriate for University and affiliated staff. Leave and salary continuation policies will be maintained and communicated by Global HR Programs, in conjunction with University Benefits and disability carriers. Affiliated employees may be requested to assign their disability benefits to Stanford to continue on regular payroll in each country.

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