In the payroll business, we see many versions of time off policies – it’s rare to have two that are the same. However, one thing we do see with regularity is business owners tying themselves in knots trying to implement a policy that they think is fair for everyone. What they end up doing is creating a lot of work for themselves in the process. Here are some suggestions to keep in mind while creating or revising your time-off policy.
Working remotely/virtually from either a home office, temporary office, or somewhere outside of your place of business can sound very appealing. You have plenty of time to get work done without distractions from your fellow coworkers, no constant hovering from superiors, and if you feel like it, you can grab your laptop and take off to someplace else- you’re free! But is this particular work style environment fit for everyone?