Don't Forget to Take Your Daily Self-Assessment

Verifying your daily self-assessment for COVID-19 is done by accessing Workday through the Workday App.

If you are on vacation or on a 9-month appointment, you may disregard this message until you resume working. If you are scheduled to work and have not completed your Daily COVID-19 Certification, please follow the instructions below.

To access Workday:

  • Navigate to myapps.microsoft.com. Login with your credentials for Office 365. 
  • You may be prompted to authenticate via Multi-Factor Authentication or to set up the Multi-Factor Authentication if you have not done so previously.
  • Locate and click the blue Workday icon from the available applications list.
  • When you click the Workday app, you will be prompted to validate the Multi-Factor Authentication again to log into Workday. This is done to protect the sensitive information stored in Workday.
  • You will be logged into Workday.

Filling out the certification:

  • Click anywhere on the Daily COVID-19 Certification announcement to open a pop-up window.
  • Click the "Daily COVID-19 Certification" link.
  • Read and fill out the form by checking one of the following options:
    • If yes, you certify that you have not experienced any of the following within the previous 14 days:
      • Any new symptoms of coughing, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, sore throat, diarrhea, vomiting, headache, nausea, fever, chills, or muscle aches.
      • New loss of taste or smell.
      • Close contact (within 6 feet for 15 or more minutes) with a person confirmed as having COVID-19.
      • Completed symptom- or exposure-based COVID-19 testing with results pending or positive.
    • No, if you should not be on campus based on the above criteria.
    • Not applicable, if you will not be working on campus today.
  • Click OK.

 

Contacts

Charlie Alison, executive editor
University Relations
479-575-6731, calison@uark.edu

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