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Office of Human Resources
The Office of Human Resources is located at NSU's East Campus.
Office of Human Resources
Nova Southeastern University
3100 SW 9th Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
Phone: 954-262-HR4U (4748)
The official source for information and updates is the President’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information Page found at https://www.nova.edu/coronavirus/index.html. The Office of Human Resources COVID-19 webpage provides information and resources to support faculty, staff, managers, and supervisors in performing their work and accessing their benefits during the COVID-19 disruption.
As NSU employees self-isolate and/or are directed to self-quarantine, this should be reported to the Office of Human Resources so that we better understand the needs of NSU employees during this time. In addition, this allows the Office of Human Resources to advance sick time when warranted, consistent with the modifications to the sick leave policy. Employees are encouraged to report their own isolation or quarantine, or HR Contacts and supervisors may also report the information. Report self-isolation or quarantine here. Prior to returning to work, you are required to complete the COVID-19 Return to Work form.
Employees who meet one or more of the following are required to provide certification to return to work:
Employees must meet the CDC standards and may need to provide verification from a medical provider, depending on the basis for being out of work. Employees may also want to review information related to FMLA. Complete the Return to Work form here.
Telework Policy and Training
Modifications to Sick Leave Policy
FAQs for Employees
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Free EAP through Aetna Resources for Living
Coping with coronavirus fears: It can be stressful to read about coronavirus in the news. You might be wondering what you can do to protect yourself and the people you care about.
Emotional Support: Speak with a licensed clinician regarding life events such as stress to obtain an objective expert point of view over the phone, televideo or in the office. 6 sessions per issue per year for each member of your household.
Life: Obtain referrals for services needed by you or your dependents and save you time.
Legal: Gain expert counsel regarding a wide array of legal needs. Access online legal documents. Request ID theft prevention and resolution support.
Financial: Consult with a financial specialist regarding budgeting, retirement planning, college planning, taxes and much more.