Got Remote Workers? 8 Key Points to Include in Your Remote Work Policy

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       Win-win. That’s how many small businesses describe having all or some staff working remotely.
Apart from reaping tangible benefits like lower operating costs (from saving on things like rent and utilities), companies usually notice improved staff morale and productivity because of more flexible work schedules, and for some, relief from traffic-congested commutes.
        But to keep this working arrangement healthy, it’s necessary to have a remote work policy. This policy isn’t meant to take away the flexibility inherent in working remotely, but provides guidelines and boundaries that maintain order and allow staff to function at their best.
        Here are eight points that should be included in your business’ remote work policy.
1) Office rules apply
2) Equipment
3) Insurance
4) Workers’ Comp
5) Reimbursable Expenses
6) Data Security
7) Tax Deduction
8) Termination
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