Remote Working Employee Agreement Free Template Download.

Ensure your organisation is covered by implementing a Remote Working Employee Agreement. Download our printable version of the Remote Working Employee Agreement template now. Entirely free.

This free Australian Remote Working Employee Agreement template will outline your organisation’s role and your employee’s responsibilities.

The Remote and Flexible Agreement must be read in conjunction with the Company’s Working From Home or Flexible Working Policy. All employees who request to work remotely, either on a casual or ongoing basis, are required to enter into a remote working agreement first. All instances of working remotely under this Agreement must have the approval of the Employee’s Manager in advance. Should any circumstance change, a new agreement shall be entered into.

This remote working checklist will help ensure you as an employer covered in your duty of care obligations.

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What is an Employee Remote Working Agreement?

A remote work policy is an agreement that outlines when and how employees can work from locations other than the office. These policies can be temporary or permanent. Remote work policies describe who can work remotely, best practices to follow, and the legal rights of remote employees.

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