12 VA MANUAL 5011/26 AUGUST 9, PROCEDURE FOR SETTING UP A TELEWORK AGREEMENT a. Management must first identify an employee`s position as suitable for telework, determine whether the worker has the right to participate in telework, and inform the worker in writing of its merits, whether or not the worker has applied for telework. b. Authorized employees interested in telework should discuss the issue with their supervisor and, if they wish to telework, submit a request. c. The supervisor will review the application and determine whether telework is an appropriate work arrangement. If the supervisor and the employee agree that the alternative employment system is an acceptable option, additional discussions should be held about the employee`s work plan, work requirements and expectations. d. Directive VA 6502, VA Enterprise Privacy Program, May 5 II-50 PATENT HOTEL PROGRAM THE Patents Hoteling Program (PHP) allows authorized employees under the Commissioner of Patents in the popa bargaining unit, the tasks officially assigned in another August 15, 9, 2013 VA HANDBOOK 5011/26 APPENDIX A. For telework 1.
The Improving Telework Act of 2010 requires the Department of Veterans Affairs to determine the right of all employees to participate in telework and to inform all employees of their right to telework. In order for a worker to be admitted to telework, the worker`s position must be identified as appropriate for telework and the worker must be considered to be entitled to telework. After careful consideration of your duties and responsibilities, I have found that you have the right to telework. 2. This decision does not allow you to telework. Before being admitted to telework, you must complete telework training for talent management system staff. You must also send form VA 740, telework application/agreement, to your supervisor for evaluation. 3. You can only start teleworking after completing the required telework training and having obtained an approved telework agreement. The assessment of your telework request takes into account the needs of the mission, the availability of equipment and internet access to the VA network. Signature of the decision Official I confirm receipt of this letter. Signing of staff date II-A-1 OKLAHOMA CITY UNIVERSITY MOBILE PHONES AND OTHER PORTABLE ELECTRONIC RESOURCES ACQUISITION AND USE I.
POLICY SUMMARY It is Oklahoma City University`s policy to respond to internal service services and the open oversight agency page 2 C. Eligible staff A non-trainee employee of the CSOSA, whose current performance is fully satisfactory (Fully Met) or better, is not in a performance guide to write a directive on telework There is no formula for drafting a directive on telework. Many of the guidelines and guides found in books and on the internet are useful, but often aim to ensure that a VA HANDBOOK 5011/26 of 9 AUGUST 2013 ensures the presence of adequate technological security reserves on all electronic devices distributed to teleworkers. . . .