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Corporate Practices to Establish Working Remotely

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Language:  English
The guide for managers to effectively analyze the needs, establish the environment and implement remote working.
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This book contains a methodology of 3 phases and 20 steps to analyze the needs, establish the environment and implement a working from home program for companies/organizations.

About the Author

John Kyriazoglou obtained a B.A. (Honours) from the University of Toronto, Canada, also earning a Scholastic award for Academic Excellence in Computer Science. John has worked in Canada, England, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Greece, Saudi Arabia and other countries for over 49 years, as a Senior IT manager, Managing Director, IT auditor and consultant, in a variety of clients and projects, in both the private and the public sectors. He has published several books and articles in professional publications, has served in numerous scientific committees and is a member of several professional and cultural associations.

He is currently the Editor-in-Chief for the Internal Controls Magazine (U.S.A.) and consulting on Data Privacy and Security Issues (GDPR, e-Privacy, etc.) to a large number of private and public clients.

  • Overview and Contents
  1. Introduction to Working from Home
    1. Development of working from home
    2. Definition of ‘Working from Home (WFH)’
    3. Working from Home (WFH) benefits
    4. Formal Working from Home (WFH) program
  2. Phase A: Analyzing Working from Home Needs
    1. Objectives of Phase A
    2. Overview of Phase A
    3. Step 1: Appoint a WFH (Telework) Process Coordinator
    4. Step 2: Establish a WFH (Telework) Steering Committee
    5. Step 3: Determine Working from Home (WFH) or Teleworking Needs
    6. Step 4: Collect and review WFH (teleworking) laws and standards
    7. Step 5: Assess your Company’s working from home (WFH) (Teleworking) Readiness
    8. Step 6: Assess WFH (Teleworking) risks and hazards
    9. Products of Phase A (Analyzing Working from Home (Telework) Needs)
    10. End Notes
  3. Phase B: Establishing the Working from Home (WFH) Environment
    1. Objectives of Phase B
    2. Overview of Phase B
    3. Step 1. Obtain management support
    4. Step 2. Establish Telework Policies and Responsibilities
    5. Step 3. Train employees and managers
    6. Step 4. Select and Implement the Right Remote Working Tools
    7. Step 5. Determine who should work remotely
    8. Step 6. Develop a WFH (teleworking) implementation plan
    9. Step 7. Implement a WFH (Telework) Pilot Program
    10. Step 8. Issue Telework Guidelines to Remote Workers
    11. Products of Phase B (Establishing the WFH (Telework) Environment)
    12. End Notes
  4. Implementing and Improving the WFH (Telework) Process
    1. Objectives of Phase C
    2. Overview of Phase C
    3. Step 1. Launch the WFH (Telework) Program
    4. Step 2. Set Performance Expectations for Remote Workers
    5. Step 3. Ensure Security at Remote Worker Homes
    6. Step 4. Manage Remote Workers Equally
    7. Step 5. Manage Remote Worker (Teleworker) Performance
    8. Step 6. Evaluate and Improve the WFH (Telework) Process
    9. Products of Phase C (Implementing the Telework Process)
    10. End Notes
About the Author

John Kyriazoglou