Home Working Employee Factsheet

ONS figures show 28% of working adults reported working from home between September 2022 and January 2023. If you work from home, your employer must make sure there is a risk assessment of your work activities.

The responsibilities placed on you under health & safety law apply both when you are in your employer’s workplace and when you are working from home — how familiar are you with what you have to do for home working?

This Employee Factsheet takes you through:

• What your responsibilities are

• Working from home on a regular basis

• Mental and physical health

• Working from home and childcare

• Display Screen Equipment (DSE)

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