Contract Clauses for Homeworking

Posted in : Essential Guide to Employment Contracts on 13 March 2018
Kiera Lee
Mills Selig
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Where a business employs homeworkers, it should ensure that contracts of employment reflect the changes involved in working at home and any additional obligations involved for the protection of both employee and employer. Where the employee becomes a homeworker during their employment, perhaps following a flexible working request, their contract should be reviewed and updated to ensure it contains any relevant clauses or amended clauses to cover their amended circumstances.

Implementing Homeworking

Employers should reserve the right to monitor homeworking arrangements and performance in the probation clause for new employees. For existing employees, reference to a trial period should be

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This article is correct at 13/03/2018

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Kiera Lee
Mills Selig

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