Safe Return to Campus Training
All faculty and staff who are returning to campus must compete the Safe Return to Campus Training in MasonLEAPS. The training includes important information about Mason’s safety protocols and steps each of us should take for the safety of ourselves and our community.
The easiest and most accurate way to ensure compliance is for supervisors to use the “Manage Employee Learning” or “Reporting” tools in MasonLEAPS. Each supervisor can view training and transcripts for anyone in their reporting structure; job aids for viewing reports and assigning training can be found on the Safe Return to Campus website.
HR Liaisons are important partners in ensuring training compliance. Liaisons can run a report for their unit using the Transcript Status report, which can be found under Standard Reports in MasonLEAPS. Liaisons can view the job aid on how to run the report here. Please note that because MasonLEAPS “division” data is pulled from Banner, not all employees assigned to a specific department or unit may show up in the reports.
If you need to request additional department or unit data, please contact Vicki McGough at firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, department, and if possible, a list of netIDs or G Numbers.
The following considerations are important when running reports to ensure training compliance:
- Not every faculty or staff member will be returning to campus.
- Individual supervisors have the most accurate understanding of individual employees’ plans and are expected to ensure that those reporting to them have completed the training before returning to campus.
- Employees, including affiliates, must have an active job in Banner to login to MasonLEAPS. Faculty can now login up to 90 days before their start date, as long as they have an active start date in Banner and their netID and password are active.
We hope this information helps in making the best reporting plans to meet your unit’s needs. Should you have questions about the training, reach out to email@example.com.
For questions about reporting, reach out to Vicki McGough at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Reduction Option
On Aug. 5, 2020, Mason introduced the voluntary and temporary full-time equivalent (FTE) reduction option to help employees respond to the competing demands imposed by the pandemic, as well as support efforts to experience greater life/work balance.
Please read below the full memo for more details, including who is eligible, how this option works, how this option can help employees, and how it may affect benefits, retirement, and leave.
If you have further questions, contact Human Resources and Payroll at email@example.com.