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Brief & Purpose of the Policy

Our policies for workers who work remotely from places other than our offices are outlined in our Employee Remote Work Policy. We want to make sure that these agreements will be advantageous for both the employees and our business.

Object of study

Employees whose principal place of employment is not at our offices are subject to this policy.

Aspects of policy

A commitment between management and employees to allow staff to work remotely for more than [three days] may be permanent or temporary.

Our work from home policy covers circumstances where employees work from home for a maximum of [two days] or on a regular basis on a specific day of the week.

Agreement for remote work

Employees may do remote work on a temporary or permanent basis. In a remote working agreement, permanent remote employees should specify their primary working address. Additionally, this contract will detail their obligations as remote workers.

If they desire to [visit relatives or their hometown], office-based employees may also work remotely for a total of [two consecutive weeks] per year. Employees who have worked for our company for [at least] [one year] are eligible. Employees who recently became parents or who have a temporary or permanent disability may consent to working remotely for longer stretches of time with the help of their manager and HR.

In the event of a move, office-based staff may also switch to permanent remote working. Their eligibility will be evaluated by HR on a case-by-case basis.

Requests for remote work must be made by [asking HR for a form or using our HRIS.]

The Benefits of Remote Working

We give our remote employees the following advice to ensure that their performance won’t suffer from working remotely:

  1. Pick a place to work that is calm and free of interruptions.
  2. have a sufficient internet connection for their job.
  3. During working hours, give their jobs their complete attention.
  4. obey the break and attendance schedules that they and their manager have established.
  5. As long as it’s vital for them to perform their jobs efficiently, make sure their schedules coincide with those of their team members.

Long-term and short-term goals should be decided upon by team members and management. They should frequently get together to discuss developments and outcomes (online or in person, as appropriate).

Policy compliance

Like their coworkers in the office, our remote employees are expected to abide by our company’s rules. Examples of regulations that all personnel should follow include:

  1. Attendance.
  2. the internet.
  3. Confidentiality.
  4. protection of data.
  5. Employee Conduct Guidelines.
  6. Equal opportunity and anti-discrimination.
  7. When meeting with clients or partners, dress professionally.

Benefits and compensation

The work role determines compensation. A remote working arrangement does not change the terms of health insurance, paid time off, or any other individual or group benefits.

Additionally, remote workers will receive a remote-working allowance of [$100] per month to help with office-related expenses (e.g. electricity and rent.) On rare occasions, we might pay for our remote workers to come into our offices.