Charting the way forward together: Keeping employees informed during the COVID-19 pandemic

Before entering AAFC worksites, read the guidance on non-medical masks or face coverings.

Do you have symptoms of COVID-19?

If you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19, or if you’ve been in contact with someone who has COVID-19, please let your manager know right away.

Read the guidance on managing COVID-19 cases in the workplace for more information.

Current information

Guidance for managers

Leave usage, managing this emergency, supporting employees, mental health, communicating with employees, staffing, training, health and safety, duties and scheduling, operational instructions

Guidance for employees

Leave usage, occupational health and safety, training, duties and scheduling, operational instructions, working remotely, mental health support

Increasing access to AAFC worksites

We are preparing to reopen worksites where there are operational priorities and where we can ensure employees' safety

Working remotely

Office equipment, IT and working remotely, safety checklist for working remotely, cyber security, parking

Leave usage, pay and pensions

Leave usage, pay and pensions, pay forms

Mental health support

If you're feeling overwhelmed or need emotional support

Operational instructions

Temporary travel policy, fiscal year-end, invoice payments, section 32 and 34 approvals, travel, conference, and training cancellation, and other procedures during COVID-19

Stay informed about COVID-19

Government of Canada information on prevention, risk factors, how coronavirus spreads, how to self-monitor, self-isolate

The pandemic context

About this guidance

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