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Senators introduce bill expanding telework during pandemic

Senators introduce bill expanding telework during pandemic
A bipartisan group of senators introduced legislation requiring federal agencies to maximize telework policies for federal employees during the coronavirus crisis.

While government continues to operate during the coronavirus outbreak, the Emergency Telework Act would “give a clear directive” to agencies to allow all telework eligible employees to work from home full time unless there is a clear and compelling reason not to allow it, according to a news release from Sen. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md. It also directs federal agencies to evaluate if non-telework-eligible employees can be telework-eligible.

Read the full article on Federal Times

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