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What are Remote and Hybrid Working Policies?
Remote and Hybrid Working Policies set out how an organisation’s staff members can utilise alternative working arrangements. They include permanent and temporary working from home policies, which specify how staff members can request permanent or ad-hoc remote working arrangements or how staff members should work remotely during a temporary business interruption. Alternatively, you can create a Hybrid working policy to communicate your formal model for staff members’ working partly remotely and partly from your main workplace. Or, you can create a Flexible working policy to explain how staff members’ can use their statutory right to request flexible (eg remote) working arrangements.
When should I use a Remote or Hybrid Working Policy?
Use a Remote or Hybrid Working Policy:
- if you have staff members based in England, Wales or Scotland
- to set out when and how staff members can work from home either on a permanent, hybrid or temporary basis