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(Canada) Remote Work Policy

(Canada) Remote Work Policy


The Remote Work Policy contains guidelines to set expectations and boundaries for any team members working away from your office (even an employee who works from home one day a week needs these guidelines).

Delivered as a word version for you to badge with your logo and business name, having a remote work policy in place shows that you are proactively protecting your organisation while acknowledging that some employees work more productively away from a traditional office setting.

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The Remote Work Policy

  • Covers how a staff member should make a request for remote work;

  • Provides a detailed remote work request form as a bonus inclusion to the Policy;

  • Contains directions on how a Remote Workspace should be set up;

  • Provides a Remote Work Health and Safety Checklist for insurance and occupational health and safety purposes as a second included bonus with the policy;

  • Sets out who who provides the equipment to allow a staff Member to work remotely;

  • Deals with how and when expenses should be claimed;

  • Requires staff members to comply with cyber security requirements;

  • Sets out how communication with head office is to occur; and

  • Details the way in which a remote work agreement can be terminated.


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