How to Build an Effective Work from Home Policy
As more employees work from home, it is important to establish clear guidelines and routines, this post from David Burnie’s company provides ten questions businesses should ask to ensure the switch to working remotely runs smoothly.
Establishing a work from home (WFH) program is an essential part of a business continuity plan.
In the current COVID 19 crisis, executing a work from home (WFH) policy is a top priority for organizations. A robust work from home policy will enable an organization to continue operating during a significant disruption while limiting the impact on employees and customers.
A WFH policy requires a broad set of considerations to ensure it is adequately developed, including the provision of tools (e.g., laptop, headset, increased VPN capacity) and revised processes and practices. To assist organizations in making the shift to working from home, we developed ten questions to consider to build an effective WFH policy.
Points covered in this article include:
- Tool required
- Secure access
- Tracking and managing performance
Read the full article, Work from Home Best Practices, on the Burnie Group website.