All teleworkers and their superiors accept, by entering into a telework contract, the following reporting and evaluation requirements: 6.1 The supervisor agrees and is responsible for the proper functioning of the agreement. The supervisor approves and is responsible for implementing a coverage plan and is understood by the team members involved. Care plans are not expected to change significantly due to telework, although reduced commuting time may help workers spend more time with family members. Children or dependent adults in care situations should remain in these situations, whether or not the worker has telework. However, an older child (for example. B after school) or a relatively independent elderly adult may be at home during telework time as long as he or she is able to carry out his or her own activities. If the worker presents himself in a situation in which the worker must take care of an employee in the telework workplace during the scheduled periods of service, the worker must immediately inform the supervision and put the work time on leave or reschedule. The use of the telework site for work-related meetings should be prohibited by the supervisor. Consideration should also be made to the use of teleconferences or videoconferencing with local staff to organize meetings. 3) Keep files from current telework agreements (accepted or refused) as well as data on anyone participating in the program, as requested by the NIH telework coordinator; and 4) Keep data on the total number of permanent full-time equivalents in their ICs, the total number of people to telework, the total number of employees who applied for the program, and the total number of employees who were accepted. Telework coordinators will also be responsible for the distribution of an annual telework survey within their IS. 1) ensure that all telework conditions are met and closely monitor the productivity and quality of work of teleworkers to ensure that only those who perform well can continue to provide telework; 1) strive to remove all barriers to telework and ensure that eligibility criteria are applied fairly and fairly; Teleworkers, who divide their time relatively evenly between the remote site and a NIH office, can share an office and even a computer workstation, a telephone, etc., provided their telework schedules are regular enough.

It`s office sharing, not hospitality. However, more radical solutions are possible for full-time or full-time teleworkers at a remote site. The common storage space can be configured to have access to the necessary resources (computers, phones, etc.) when it is on site, but it may not require a permanent office or even office assignment. Many of these teleworkers can share space as long as this space is managed effectively. All telework agreements are re-evaluated at any time. Permission to telework for regular, casual or contemplated persons may be withheld or revoked by the supervisor. Examples of when an employee is unable to maintain work use and post-sales service levels, or if he has not complied with this directive, or if the telework requirement is inconsistent with the Universities Directive. Most teleworkers divide their time between remote location and a nih-based office.

However, some often call in a predictable enough way that they do not need permanent offices on the job site. In these cases, CTs should include hospitality as a potential for savings. 3) Appoint a telework coordinator to pursue teleworkers in this IC. Section C10 – The “Emergency Closures” section has been amended to reflect a change in the U.S. Office of Personnel Management`s redundancy or closure guidelines. The OPM believes that “people who are