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Hybrid Working Policy Checklist

Arrangements for working from home, which were expected to be temporary when coronavirus forced the UK to lockdown in March last year, look like becoming a more permanent feature for many, as a significant number of businesses adopt a hybrid working model.

A large number of employees and employers appear to have reaped benefits from what was an enforced measure and, while some may be looking forward to reverting to the ‘traditional model’, many are now happy to continue with at least some remote working away from the office – be that from home or elsewhere.

If you’re exploring regular remote working as part of a hybrid working strategy, now is the time to put in place a suitable policy so that everyone understands what is expected of them and others. Below we set out our checklist of things to include in your new policy.


Access suitability

Agree a process for requests

Third party considerations

Contractual changes

Availability and responsiveness

Employer contact

Permitted locations

Managing performance

Equipment and expenses

Access by the employer

Data protection and confidentiality


Termination of employment

Please get in touch if you have any questions or need help implementing any changes / updates to your working strategies or policies.

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