Enter Your Primary Work Location in StanfordYou
Beginning early February, faculty and staff (apart from SLAC employees) are encouraged to enter their designated primary work location on StanfordYou as part of our efforts to prepare for a safe return to campus. If you are temporarily working remotely due to COVID-19, please enter your primary work location at Stanford so that we know what space is designated for you.
By documenting your primary work location at Stanford, the university will be able to properly plan for and manage emergency situations and drills, building access, space capacity, operational notices for office occupants, Stanford transportation and housing, HR trainings, events, BeWell screening, counseling services, and more.
Update your primary work location in minutes
Follow these simple steps to update your primary work location on StanfordYou. If you have questions, please refer to Primary work location on the StanfordYou Instructions page.
1. Login to StanfordYou with your SUNet ID
2. Click "Maintain your directory and AlertSU emergency contact Information"
3. Scroll down to "Stanford affiliation" and click "change"
4. On the Work location tab, designate whether you have a primary work location at a Stanford facility or if you work remotely 100% of the time. If you do work at a Stanford facility, please select the building and floor that you occupy, and the work address will automatically default to the building address.
If you are temporarily working remotely due to COVID-19, please enter your primary work location at Stanford so that we know what space is designated for you upon your return.
If you work remotely 100% of the time regardless of COVID-19, then check the second option that states "I do not have a designated work location at a Stanford facility and work full time at a non-Stanford facility," and enter your department's work address. Work address in this case is only required for non-academic staff.
5. Save updates.
This new primary work location information will continue to promote the safety, convenience, and wellbeing of our Stanford community.