Maryland Telecommuting laws & HR compliance analysis

Maryland Telecommuting: What you need to know

The Maryland Department of Emergency Planning suggests that employers consider telecommuting when planning for emergencies such as severe weather, natural emergencies, and pandemic disease.
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In the greater Washington, D.C., area, the National Capital Region Planning Board offers a website with resources for employers seeking to establish or update teleworking programs at http://www.commuterconnections.org.
State employees. To recognize the changing requirements of the workforce, the state Department of Budget and Management offers a teleworking program for state employees. The agency has a comprehensive Teleworking Information Center with downloadable documents, such as sample policy, telecommuting agreement, evaluation form, teleworker manual, and other resources at http://www.dbm.maryland.gov.
Last reviewed on June 9, 2021.

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