This form may be provided to an employee who is requesting a hybrid work arrangement.
An employer may use this policy to implement a hybrid working model within their organization.
This guide provides the issues an employer should consider when training remote workers.
This form may be used to gauge an employee's experiences during a period implementing a hybrid workplace model.
This form may be used to assess a specific role's suitability for hybrid work.
In this 60-minute webinar. Jennifer Savion, special counsel in Littler Mendelson's San Diego office, explores emerging trends affecting employee handbooks and how employers need to respond as they look toward 2022.
Enhanced with information on employer benefits regarding workplace flexibility; compensation planning and practices; remote work; hybrid work; variable hours or flextime; flexible scheduling; and extended leaves and other time off from work.
This How To details the steps an employer should take when seeking to implement a hybrid working model.
This briefing for supervisors examines the law and best practices for leading hybrid teams.
Updated to reflect protected communications under the Defend Trade Secrets Act, effective May 11, 2016.
HR guidance on the hybrid working model.
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