An hourly employee takes vacation time of one week or more (e.g., leaves work on a Friday, takes vacation for the next work week, and returns the following Monday). Because the employee will be away from the workplace for a period of more than 8 days, the employee will need to test prior to returning to on-site work on Monday. The employee will have to test during non-working hours (e.g., Sunday) in order to be in compliance before returning to the workplace on Monday. Is the employee in paid status when testing under this limited circumstance?

In this limited circumstance, hourly employees who work on-site receive 2 hours in paid status to test on campus during their non-working hours, subject to the following: The employee must be tested at least 24 …

Who can ask a person to show their Badger Badge?

Those who are authorized to check another person’s badge include: Badger Wellness Ambassadors (BWAs), who are UW-Madison employees, will be stationed at entrances of high activity level buildings that do not normally control access. They …