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If the job requires remote access to proprietary or classified documents, or for the employee to physically remove files from the office the employer should ensure that there is a security procedure for storage of equipment or documents. This may be something as simple as a safe or as complex as an encryption on computers or tablets. While it protects the employers’ property it also protects the employee from possible theft. 

If the safety and health of employees are not prioritized the risk of danger increases and the company ends up losing both in manpower and finances.  The responsibility lies with both the employee and employers, use the above checklist to make sure you are on the right path. For further guidance, you can contact us at OutSourced and stay fixed to BimPloy’s website as we share from week to week, relevant and up-to-date advice on burning HR topics. Stay tuned for our next post on Remote Working and Employee Engagement.