The Way We Now Work

The workplace has changed, and remote working arrangements have become a permanent feature for many departments and staff at Duke. Learn how to make these arrangements work for you.

Remotely Possible: Work Arrangements for a Post-Pandemic Future

During the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of staff were forced to work remotely to reduce the spread of the virus. After a year of working remotely, many found the arrangement to be a more flexible, productive and efficient option going forward.

Remote and hybrid working arrangements are also an essential aspect of recruiting and retaining the best talent to support Duke's missions. This site offers the information, tools, resources and support to help managers and staff create and maintain effective remote working arrangements to help meet our ambitious goals.



Keeping connected to Duke’s network, systems and applications is critical to working remotely. Find information, resources, FAQs, and how-to videos for using a wide range of technology tools to enhance your productivity and connection among colleagues.

Keys to Success

Home office

Just because you have been working remotely since the beginning of the pandemic, doesn't mean you are set up for success long term. It's worth taking a step back to make sure you are considering the best ways to make a remote working arrangement work for you and your department.

Forms & Resources


If you're ready to formalize a remote working arrangement, start by reviewing the necessary templates, forms, and checklists. You can also find access to helpful videos for staff and managers to make remote working arrangements work better for you and the department.

LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning

Duke students, faculty and staff can access the entire LinkedIn Learning online training library anytime, anywhere. Topics available include Teams, Zoom, Box, Microsoft Office 365 and much much more!

Latest Updates

How to Save a Zoom Meeting Chat

May 25, 2022
Learn how to preserve useful information and helpful conversations during virtual meetings

Between Two Worlds

April 25, 2022
In a Working@Duke survey, 77 percent of staff and faculty who responded prefer to work remote two or more days per week

Meet Our Pandemic Pets

April 13, 2022
As we celebrate National Pet Day in April, we check on some of the COVID-19 additions to Duke employee households