Managing Telecommuters

Managing Telecommers

Telecommuting programs have numerous advantages, including combat absenteeism, boost productivity and morale, and increase employee retention. This free guide helps you manager telecommuters, allowing you to:

  • Retain valuable employees or reemploy trained employees, which can lower employee recruitment and training costs;
  • Reduce workers' compensation expenses in some cases;
  • Respond to particular employees' medical or family situations, which serves to keep morale high and retain loyalty;
  • Fill positions for which recruitment has been difficult or in which turnover has been high, such as evening shift jobs, part-time positions, or jobs that are in high crime areas; and
  • Comply with trip reduction and air quality regulations in certain metropolitan areas.

Download this free guide on managing telecommuters, to help see how your organization could benefit.


Managing Telecommers

This guide will take you through all the steps you need to successfully manage telecommuters, including:

  • Developing and Implementing a Written Policy
  • Ascertaining Which Positions Are Eligible for Telecommuting
  • Understanding and Communicating Potential Tax Consequences to Employees
  • Communicating the Policy to Employees
  • Obtaining Employee Acknowledgement
  • Conducting Training on the Policy
  • Monitoring Telecommuting Employees' Overtime
  • Enforcing the Policy Uniformly

Author: Amanda R. Gregurich

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