The telework policy will help to create standards for teleworking employees. Teleworking is a work alternative that can increase employee productivity, reduce absenteeism, and reduce costs, while offering a more flexible work option for select employees. However, if not properly managed, teleworking can cause a number of problems. The teleworking policy is key to creating the required standards to allow for employee teleworking.

Risks Addressed by Policy:

  • Network security breach.
  • Facing liability issues due to unsafe secondary work site locations.
  • Reduced productivity due to unproductive teleworkers.

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Search Code: 5846
Published: November 24, 2003
Last Revised: November 24, 2015

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    Eric Pierson | 11-09-2009

    Excellent sample document. I'm pushing senior management to move into the 21st century and allow at least a telework pilot program.

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