What if home working is not possible and/or it is no longer possible to work?

What if home working is not possible and/or it is no longer possible to work?

Last update: 26/03/2020

Employees

Your employer must take all possible steps to enable you to do your job, including by putting in place home working. Any refusal to introduce home working must be justified.

If it proves impossible to set up home working, you are authorised to go to work if you carry a proof of travel for business purposes.

If your employer is not able to continue to offer you work, they can make use of strengthened provisions for total temporary layoff so that you can keep receiving part of your salary.
You do not need to do anything.

Employers

You must take all possible steps to enable your employees to do their jobs, including by putting in place home working. Any refusal to introduce home working must be justified.

If it proves impossible to set up home working, you must provide your employees with a proof of travel for business purposes so that they can travel to work.

If you are unable to continue to offer your employees work, the State allows you to make use of strengthened provisions for total temporary layoff for your employees.

Full information about strengthened provisions for total temporary layoff is available on the Public Service for Businesses website, where you can find details of the procedures you need to follow.

This procedure can be completed online via a dedicated online service.

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