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Respecting telework agreements

In France, a set of rules governs telecommuting. These include labor laws, collective bargaining agreements, telecommuting agreements, as well as company practices and customs. Teleworking arrangements can vary according to a number of parameters, such as the number of days authorized, the number of employees involved, and so on. It can be a real headache to ensure that all these conditions are met!

OMS’s Smart-Office telecommuting policy application makes it easy to control these parameters for each employee. It thus guarantees compliance with agreements negotiated within the company. In addition, it enables us to verify the correct application of notice periods for teleworking requests, prior validation by the manager, and the terms and conditions of exceptional teleworking during strikes or crises. In the event of any deviation from the agreement, an alert is automatically sent to the designated persons. Teleworking is therefore supervised at all levels of the organization. The organization’s compliance with labor regulations is guaranteed.

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Measuring teleworking activity

Hybrid working makes it all the more difficult to implement the law requiring companies to monitor employees’ working hours and workloads. OMS’s Smart-Office teleworking policy application enables every team or department manager, as well as HR, to easily measure the activity level of each employee.

OMS’s Smart-Office teleworking policy application also facilitates the planning and management of mandatory annual performance reviews.

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