Working flexibly, inclusively and remotely brings major benefits to employers and employees. It opens up access to the labour market for many talented people, including disabled people and people with caring responsibilities. It improves work/ live balance and staff well-being more generally.
Right now remote working is a necessity for many people. Many people are remote working for the first time or in new ways, with whole offices working remotely. It’s vital that remote working is made accessible and inclusive for everyone. This is the responsibility of everyone, but people may understandably not know how to do this.
This guide draws on Inclusion Scotland’s longstanding experience of supporting employers to put it in place accessible, effective working practices.
Please download and use the guide, provide feedback and suggestions for including in next iteration – we’re all going to be learning a lot about this!
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