1. COVID-19 and How To Build An Effective Work From Home Policy and Program

COVID-19 and How To Build An Effective Work From Home Policy and Program

Experienced employment attorney Emily Chase-Sosnoff will help you build an effective telework program that holds employees accountable while allowing them to work from the comfort and safety of their homes. You will learn how to maintain productivity and limit liability.
Event ID: 2591164
Recording: Unable to attend? A recording will be available after the presentation.
Date: Monday, August 31, 1:00 PM Eastern
Duration: Scheduled for 45 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter: Emily Chase-Sosnoff

Will employees continue working from home? Learn how to build an effective telework program.

Many employers continue to permit and even encourage telecommuting to accommodate parents, heed government restrictions, and limit liability. By taking critical steps and building a formal program for working from home, you can ensure that employees will be productive and accountable.

A well-drafted telecommuting policy can give employees the flexibility they need while minimizing risk to employers. When done right, remote arrangements can increase employee efficiency, reduce overhead, increase the time available for work, and attract talented job candidates.

  • Which employees are well-suited to teleworking?
  • What should your telecommuting policy and agreement include?
  • How can you hold telecommuters accountable for job performance?
  • How can you evaluate whether a teleworking arrangement is working?
  • What common misunderstandings can lead to conflicts?
  • How should you avoid common legal pitfalls involving telecommuters?
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