Since the start of the COVID pandemic employers have changed the definition of work to include working away from the office and usually (not always) in an employee’s home. To accommodate a productive and legal work from home policy, HR Morning, an HR consulting firm, identifies five pitfalls to avoid when creating your policy.
In addition to the above, HR Morning recommends that a remote work policy should address:
Additional resources are available, including a sample policy, are available on ASE’s Remote Work Resources page.
Source: HR Morning. Creating a Legally Sound Remote Work Policy. The 5 Biggest Pitfalls to Avoid.
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