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Civil servants to be encouraged to work from home
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ThinkSpain , Tuesday, October 10, 2006

The Public Administration ministry has compiled a consultation document, which will be forwarded to the relevant government departments for their approval, outlining plans to enable civil servants to work from home.

The plan is part of the government's Plan Concilia, that was approved at the end of last year, and which aims to allow government employees to find a better balance between their professional and personal lives.

The guide gives advice on basic requirements such as the amount of office space required, as well as guidelines for performance self-evaluation, and includes instructions on how to comply with health and safety at work regulations.

The scheme is to be voluntary, with equal opportunities for either sex, and open to a wide range of functions, excluding those that require frequent face-to-face contact with the public. 

 
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