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Employee FAQ

View answers to frequently asked questions.

 
 

Visit the Campus Entry Process page for more information.

 

Student Health Services is also offering free COVID-19 vaccinations on campus to El Camino College students, faculty, and staff. Learn more.

 

While on quarantine leave, employees who are asymptomatic are to remain reachable via phone or email to discuss business-related matters during regularly scheduled work hours. Employees who have jobs that can be done remotely are expected to continue working while at home.

If during quarantine leave your health condition changes, contact your healthcare provider and Human Resources to discuss the most up-to-date leave options. (mgsmith@elcamino.edu or mperalta@elcamino.edu)

 

Yes. Employees may use COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave (SPSL) to cover the time needed for your appointment. This enhanced leave benefit is retroactive to January 1, 2022 and will expire September 30, 2022. To request the leave employees may complete the COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Request form.

Employees who schedule their COVID-19 vaccine or booster appointments after September 30, 2022 must use their accrued sick and/or vacation time if their appointment is during their regularly scheduled work hours. Contact Human Resources for additional help and/or information about available paid leaves.

 

Students who are uncertain about their plans for graduation or transfer should consult with a counselor.

Here are links to resources:

 

Student Health Services is offering Virtual Telemedicine Appointments with nurse practitioners and Telemental Health Sessions with licensed clinical psychologists for El Camino College students who have paid the student health fee and are currently attending for-credit courses at El Camino College.

 

COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave (SPSL) provides up to 40 hours of additional paid sick leave for full-time to care for a child and/or elder relative who’s school or place of care is closed or otherwise unavailable for reasons related to COVID-19. This enhanced leave benefit is retroactive to January 1, 2022 and will expire September 30, 2022. To request the leave employees may complete the COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Request form.

After September 30, 2022, employees who continue to need time off for childcare and/or elder care reasons due to COVID-19 related facility closures, must use their accrued sick and/or vacation time to cover any absences from work. Contact Human Resources for additional help and/or information about available paid leaves.

 

Yes, Human Resources and the Office of Title IX, Diversity and Inclusion Services are available in person, via phone, email and zoom.

Yes, Human Resources, Professional Development & Learning, and the Office of Title IX, Diversity, and Inclusion are all available via phone, email, and Zoom.

 

If a employee is experiencing symptoms related to the COVID-19 vaccine that prevents them from coming to work or teleworking, they may charge their absences to the COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave (SPSL) provided that the time away falls within the dates of January 1, 2022 through September 30, 2022. To request the leave employees may complete the COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Request form.

Employees who schedule their COVID-19 vaccine or booster appointments after September 30, 2022 must use their accrued sick and/or vacation time if their appointment is during their regularly scheduled work hours. Contact Human Resources for additional help and/or information about available paid leaves.

 

It depends. While on quarantine leave or during self-isolation, employees who are asymptomatic are to remain reachable via phone or email to discuss business-related matters during regularly scheduled work hours. Employees who have jobs that can be done remotely are expected to continue working while at home. If during your quarantine leave or self-isolation, your health condition changes, you may use COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave (SPSL) to cover up to 40 hours of leave time. To request the leave employees may complete the COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Request form. Additional leaves may be available, if needed. Contact Human Resources for additional help and/or information about available paid leaves.

 

Employees may use COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave (SPSL) to cover the time needed for your family member’s appointment. This enhanced leave benefit is retroactive to January 1, 2022 and will expire September 30, 2022. To request the leave employees may complete the COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Request form.

Employees who schedule their family member’s COVID-19 vaccine or booster appointments after September 30, 2022 must use their accrued sick and/or vacation time if their appointment is during their regularly scheduled work hours. Contact Human Resources for additional help and/or information about available paid leaves.