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Intent of Telework

Management Concerns

Building a Telework Program

Define Management Support

Assemble a Program Team

Determine Program Goals

Employee & Work Suitability

Workplace & Legal Issues

Policies & Forms

Telework Policy

Telework Agreement

Electronic Communications

Records Retention Policy

Security Policy

Continuity of Operations Plan


Equipment Decisions


Manager Participation

Telework Coordinator

Program Communication

Program Promotion

Manager Evaluations


In addition to the financial, productivity and environmental benefits, a telework program can play a role in the development, testing and ongoing updating of your disaster recovery and business continuity policies. For Federal government agencies it can also support Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) mandates.

Whether you have Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity policies in place, or are in the beginning stages of their development, be sure to identify and communicate procedures for your teleworking employees in case of a disaster, pandemic or other type of emergency that disrupts normal business operations.

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This page was last updated on May 23, 2009