II. D. 4. Children or Other
Dependents at Work
Absent unforeseen and extraordinary circumstances, employees
may not bring or permit their children or other dependents to be present at
their worksite. Employees must obtain their
supervisor's permission before bringing such persons to their work area. Supervisors shall deny the employee's request if the person's presence is
likely to create an unsafe or unproductive work situation.
Generally, such requests should be limited to
emergencies in which the employee has no other viable childcare
solution. This prohibition does not apply to brief,
informal visits by an employee's children or other dependents,
as long as such visits are infrequent and
not distracting or disruptive.
Adopted: August 3, 1988
Revised and Approved: July 29, 2003; September 6, 2011
NORTH GEORGIA TECHNICAL COLLEGE