Hybrid Working Policy
Why do employers need policies and procedures?
There are many reasons why an employer should have a suite of professionally drafted, legally compliant policies and procedures. Below are just three of those reasons:
- They aid in the smooth running of an organisation. Well-drafted and compliant workplace policies and procedures provide employees and managers with clarity when dealing with issues that may arise on a day-to-day basis.
- Up to date policies and procedures ensure compliance with current legislation and regulations and facilitate fast and efficient internal decision making.
- Policies and procedures provide a clear and certain framework that eliminates discrimination, promotes best practice, improves staff communication and expresses the organisation’s vision.
Do I need a lawyer to draft my policies and procedures?
No, but when running your own business it can be difficult to keep up with changes to legislation and best practice. We work closely with our clients auditing their policies and procedures on a regular basis or when there has been a significant change in the law. As such our clients are confident that their policies and procedures are up to date and protect and enhance their business.
How can EPR law help?
EPR Law will draft for you a hybrid working policy that sets out, in clear terms, how your organisation will deal with issues related to hybrid working. Our current policy will cover the following:
- An introduction to hybrid working;
- Suitability of any given job role for hybrid working;
- Applying to opt into hybrid working;
- Hybrid working arrangements;
- Hours of work;
- Place of work including approval of the proposed location;
- On-site attendance;
- Equipment and workstation;
- Reporting and other requirements;
- Illness or injury;
- Insurance and property restrictions;
- Security and data protection;
- Health and safety;
- Equal opportunities;
- Communications, training and meetings; and
- Accessing support.