Remote work policies

This section looks at how you've crafted (or plan to craft) your remote work policies to address technical and employee engagement risks. If you have an informal policy that is fairly consistently followed, you may consider yourself to have a policy in place.

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* 1. How long has your remote work policy been in place?

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* 2. Under normal circumstances who is allowed to work remotely? (if drafting policy, who do you plan to allow to work remotely?)

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* 3. What technology are you primarily using to enable remote work? (if drafting policy, which technology do you plan to use?)

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* 4. What device do you allow/prefer people to use when working remotely? (if drafting policy, which devices do you plan to allow?)

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* 5. Which of the following does your company provide for home/mobile devices used for remote work? (if drafting policy, what do you plan to provide?)

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* 6. Does your policy include requirements for how often supervisors meet with remote staff? (if drafting policy, what do you plan to require?)

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