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Here you’ll find tools and resources to support you through the Flexible Work planning process as well as tips on how to work successfully in a remote or hybrid work arrangement.

Check back often for new and updated tools.

On this page:

Individual Contributor Guide

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Best practices to support the co-creation of successful flexible work solutions.

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Ergonomics Program

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Get tips and guidance from Environmental Health & Safety to ensure your off-site workspace is ergonomically safe and properly set up to avoid injury.

Learn more about Stanford's Ergo program


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Record Work Agreements in Axess

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Axess serves as the centralized system for tracking and aggregating all hybrid and remote work agreements.


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Work Anywhere - Tech Resources

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No matter where your office is located, UIT offers technology resources, services and equipment to support collaboration and productivity.

Take a closer look at UIT's toolkit


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Alternative Worksites

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An alternative worksite is a Stanford-owned or leased premise where individuals can schedule a designated workspace once a week, free of home distractions.

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Stanford Transportation Commute Toolkit

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Find out more about commute options including rideshares, ways to save, and which permit makes sense for your schedule.

Plan your commute


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Flexible Work Glossary

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This Glossary was created to provide a consistent understanding of flexible work terms, and an overview of the roles, organizational models and environments being considered by schools/units.

Review the glossary


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