These documents can be used by employers looking to introduce hybrid working into their organisation.
Letter inviting an employee to discuss hybrid working
This letter can be used to arrange a meeting with individual employees following an announcement that the organisation is looking to move to a hybrid working model.
Letter to confirm intention to consider changing to hybrid working across the organisation
This letter can be used by organisations that intend to investigate moving the workforce to a hybrid way of working, to communicate their intentions to employees.
Letter informing employee that their role is not suitable for hybrid working
This letter can be used for roles that have been deemed as not suitable for hybrid working.
This letter is not to be used in response to a flexible working request for hybrid working, as it is not in accordance with the rules for rejecting such a statutory request - this letter is available within our flexible working documentation.
Letter to confirm hybrid working will be permanently introduced
This letter can be used by organisations that have surveyed their workforce (or otherwise consulted) on moving to permanently introduce hybrid working, across the organisation.
Letter to an employee to confirm a change to hybrid working
This letter can be used to confirm an employee’s acceptance to change to hybrid working. It outlines the details of this arrangement and any equipment that will be provided. It also asks the employee to sign and return a copy of the letter.
Employee survey: Hybrid working
This survey can be used by organisations looking to gather employees views on changing to a hybrid model of working within the organisation.
Contract clause for hybrid working
This contractual clause should be used in conjunction with a homeworker agreement and hybrid working policy, which can be found:
Alternatively, hybrid working can be confirmed by using Letter confirming trial period of flexible / hybrid working was successful.
Hybrid working policy
This policy outlines the organisation's stance on eligibility for hybrid working, when it will be permitted and the terms under which staff will operate.
It uses the standard statutory flexible working procedure for employers to permanently request hybrid working.
Agile working policy
This policy outlines procedure for letting staff work from multiple locations, such as from home. It outlines eligibility criteria alongside the specific procedure that should be followed to make this request.