Axon SH Hybrid Work Policy

Policy Statement:

At Axon SH, we recognize the changing nature of work and value flexibility in meeting the diverse needs of our employees. This policy outlines what hybrid work means for our employees and establishes guidelines for this work arrangement.

1. Definition of Hybrid Work:

Hybrid work refers to a flexible work arrangement in which employees have the option to work both remotely (outside of the office) and in the office as needed or preferred. It is designed to offer employees greater flexibility in choosing where they work, taking into consideration individual preferences, job roles, and the nature of their tasks.

2. Employee Eligibility:

Employees eligible for the hybrid work arrangement will be determined based on their roles, job functions, and performance expectations. Eligibility will be communicated individually to each employee by their manager in consultation with the HR department.

3. Work Schedule:

Employees on a hybrid work arrangement will have a flexible work schedule that combines both in-office and remote work. Specific workdays and hours will be agreed upon between the employee and their manager, taking into account business needs and client expectations.

4. Remote Work Environment:

Employees working remotely are responsible for creating and maintaining a suitable and secure remote work environment. This includes ensuring access to necessary technology, a stable internet connection, and a quiet and professional workspace.

5. Communication and Collaboration:

Hybrid work does not hinder collaboration or communication. Employees are expected to actively engage in virtual meetings, respond to emails and messages promptly, and use appropriate communication tools and platforms for seamless collaboration with colleagues and clients.

6. Data Security:

Employees are responsible for maintaining the security and confidentiality of company data and client information, whether working in the office or remotely. They must follow company policies and security measures at all times.

7. Equipment and Technology:

Employees will have access to the necessary equipment and technology required for remote work. Any company-provided devices, software, or tools must be used responsibly and returned when requested.

8. Health and Safety:

Employees working in the office must adhere to health and safety guidelines, including social distancing and hygiene measures, as outlined by local health authorities and company policies.

9. Performance Expectations:

All employees, regardless of their work location, are expected to meet their performance expectations and deliverables as outlined in their job descriptions and performance plans.

10. Flexibility and Adaptability:

Employees and managers are encouraged to remain flexible and adaptable in their approach to work. This includes being open to changes in work arrangements and understanding that adjustments may be necessary based on business needs.

11. Evaluation and Feedback:

The effectiveness of the hybrid work arrangement will be periodically evaluated, and feedback from employees and managers will be considered to make improvements as needed.

12. Compliance:

Employees are expected to comply with all applicable laws, regulations, and company policies, whether working in the office or remotely.

13. Acknowledgment:

All employees are required to review and acknowledge their understanding and acceptance of this hybrid work policy.