Employee Handbook - Updated 05.05.21


PTO Requests

Please simply fill out the request through our WhenIWork scheduling system - no additional forms necessary. 

2021 Benefits Enrollment Info (Full-Time Employees)


401(K) Enrollment Info (All PT/FT Employees)


Our HR Advisor:
Cherylann Occhipinti Campbell
(512) 517-7589




Austin Public Health - Testing

Testing is available with or without an appointment. However, scheduling an appointment is recommended to save time on-site and confirm test availability for a given day. Schedule online at http://covid19.austintexas.gov or by calling 3-1-1 or 512-974-2000. As with all APH testing sites, the services are free.

George Morales Dove Springs Recreation Center (Walk-In Site)

· 5801 Ainez Dr, Austin, Texas 78744

· Tuesday, Wednesday, 3-7 p.m., Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 8 a.m.-2 p.m.

St. Johns Testing Site (Drive-Through site)

· 7211 N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd, Austin, Texas 78752

· Tuesday-Saturday, 8 a.m.-2 p.m.

Curative https://curative.com

CVS https://www.cvs.com

Walgreens https://www.walgreens.com



We strongly encourage you to get vaccinated.


If you or someone you know is struggling with anxiety, stress or emotional challenges during this time, Texas Health and Human Services Commission offers a 24/7 COVID-19 mental health support line. All Texans can call 833-986-1919 at any time for free and confidential counseling services. You can find a list of additional resources from Texas Health and Human Services at https://bit.ly/2JRFBKS. BCBS also has free COVID-19 Mental Health Resources and here's a link to understand what's covered under your insurance (testing, treatment, etc.):  https://www.bcbstx.com/covid-19/whats-covered


Return-to-work Policy Post-Exposure to COVID-19 (unvaccinated):

If no symptoms are present, employee may return to work after 10 days post-exposure with a negative test result (must provide proof). The quarantine period will be paid based on normally-scheduled shifts. If employee is vaccinated, no need to quarantine unless showing symptoms. 

If employee shows no symptoms but discovers a member of your household tests positive, employee may return to work after 14 days of the positive test result. Employee must provide proof he/she/they tested negative on the 13th or 14th day before returning to work and continue quarantining. The quarantine period will be paid based on normally-scheduled shifts. 

Return-to-work Policy Post-Exposure to COVID-19 (fully-vaccinated):

No need to quarantine if you've had known exposure, per CDC recommendations for fully-vaccinated people.