Coronavirus (COVID-19) Employee Resources

This is an unprecedented time in our organization’s history. We are working in conjunction with State and Federal agencies to provide resources to our Fremont team to help us through this emergency. We are encouraging all employees to stay calm, stay informed, and know that your health and well-being is important to us. Please check this space often as new information and resources for City of Fremont staff members will be provided here.

COVID-19 Employee Resource Guide

The COVID-19 Employee Resource Guide outlines rules and resources intended to make the workplace as safe as possible for you.

Families First Coronavirus Response Act

The Department of Labor outlines the new Federal leave benefits that were recently created as part of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. The benefits go into effect and are available to covered staff members, effective April 1, 2020

Health and Wellness

Health Benefits

Our COVID-19 response has required that we make many changes in our lives, but your regular benefits through the City of Fremont are continually accessible to you should you need them. 

Wellness

Unemployment Benefits

The California Employment Development Department (EDD) has issued guidance to employees whose work hours have been reduced as a result of COVID-19. Additional information can be accessed on the EDD website.  

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

The Managed Health Network (MHN) flyer includes information regarding COVID-19 and how to cope. Employees may contact MHN, toll-free, 24hours/day, seven days/week at (800) 242-6220 for assistance/help. (Company Code: Fremont)

Financial Resources and Information

Time Reporting and Teleworking Resources

Time Reporting and Emergency Activity Tracking Instructions

Teleworking Resources

Citywide Communications 

Please note: The Updates on this page are in chronological order. The most current information is posted at the top. 

Human Resources staff is available to support our employees in understanding the benefits and resources being offered. For questions, please email humanresources@fremont.gov.