In the current climate, more business owners may be looking to alter work arrangements with staff to have them work from home. The resources below can assist with understanding remote working arrangements including your role and responsibilities, health and safety, and staying connected.
Telecommuting involves an employee working away from the central workplace (usually at home). Telecommuting can be done on a permanent or ad hoc arrangement. Read about industrial award, employer benefits, employee productivity, and work place health and safety.View
Flexible working arrangements
Find the sort of flexible work that suits you. Telecommuting, part-time or job sharing could improve your work-life balance.View
Health and safety for telecommuters
A basic guide on the issues to consider and address when implementing a telecommuting (also called working from home, e-work and telework) arrangement.View
A Guide to Managing Your (Newly) Remote Workers (Article)
In response to the uncertainties presented by Covid-19, many companies and universities have asked their employees to work remotely.View