How to ensure remote workers’ health, safety and welfare

Staying remote or going hybrid? Make sure you do the legwork.

by Daniel Groves

Remote working benefits both employers and employees. With no need for commuting, savings on travel costs, more choice of where to live, and more opportunities for flexible working arrangements, it’s easy to see why an estimated 60% of UK employees are still currently working from home.

However, remote working means that employees can become isolated from colleagues and employers. Another common challenge employers need to tackle regarding remote working employees is how to ensure their health, safety, and welfare. 

In this article, we will be sharing some of the best ways you can improve health and safety regulations for remote workers.

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