The ability to work from virtually anywhere has enabled many employers to allow their employees to work remotely as lone workers. Although solo working scenarios are increasingly popular, employers have a moral and legal responsibility to ensure their employees are safe. The employer thus not only needs to have a protection system in place but also ensure lone workers understand it well and can use/access it effectively.
Outlined below are a few simple steps and tips on how to keep your remote workers protected.
1. Identify Everyone In The System
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