Managing home workers, remote workers, lone workers

Home, remote and lone workers are becoming increasingly commonplace. Key issues include communication and how to manage and motivate people remotely.

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FAQs

Homeworking and the law FAQs

Answers to FAQs about home workers, including your rights to require people to work from home or to refuse a home working request.

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Remote working FAQs

Frequently asked questions on your responsibilities towards travelling and remote workers, and the rights they have to act on behalf of your business.

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Employees who work from home

Extended flexible working rights and technology have made homeworking increasingly attractive. Here's how to support homeworking for your employees.

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Keeping lone workers safe

You need to make sure you safeguard employees who work alone - here are the key steps to take to keep them safe, and keep you legal.

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Lone working - manage the risks

If you have employees that regularly work alone, or outside of normal working hours, you have responsibility for their health, safety and welfare. 

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