Guidance on hybrid working launched by ACAS

Charities that have been grappling with the implementation of hybrid working for their employees may find ACAS’s recently published practical guidance for employers on hybrid working helpful.

Although released prior to 19 July, the guidance was drafted assuming that “Freedom Day” would go ahead, and so remains valid.

It is a useful reminder of current best practice and reinforces the insights from our recent webinar series on the future of work.

For example, the guidance confirms that employers should consult with their workforce regarding hybrid working proposals and that different arrangements could be needed depending on the role and individual needs.

It also highlights the need for employers to ensure fairness and equality when it comes to hybrid working.

For a summary of key points from the guidance including legal issues which employers should consider, head over to our sister blog, hr law live.

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