Policies regarding working from home are based on individual agreements and are determined in consultation with your manager. Working from home may be considered for employees if the following conditions apply:

  1. Suitability for working from home: Not all jobs are suitable for working from home. It must be assessed whether the nature of the work and responsibilities lend themselves to an off-site workplace.
  2. Productivity and performance: Employees working from home must maintain expected productivity and performance and communicate regularly with their manager and colleagues.
  3. Technology and security requirements: Employees must have the necessary technological tools, such as a secure Internet connection and access to company systems. They must also follow company security guidelines.
  4. Appointments and schedules: Employees should make clear arrangements with their manager regarding work schedules, availability and communication channels.
  5. Manager's permission: Working from home must be approved by the manager and may depend on business needs and the employee's individual situation.
  6. Flexibility and balance: Policies can provide flexibility, but employees must strike a work-life balance and ensure they are able to effectively manage professional and personal responsibilities.

This policy is not a guarantee of working from home, but rather a framework for employees and managers to discuss individual arrangements. Working from home arrangements may vary depending on the needs of the organization and individual employees.

It is advisable to discuss this policy with your manager and clarify the specific work-at-home arrangements and expectations based on your role and situation.