Dear HR Community Subscribers,
Are there instances when you allow staff to work from home (WFH) indefinitely?
We are in the IT industry and have a sales staff who has been WFH since the lockdown last year.
He claims to be the sole caregiver for his mother and is therefore unable to return to the office due to her medical condition.
We tolerated this for some time but now our management wants HR to take action like terminating him or taking away his transport allowance.
What do you think we should do?
Thank you for your advice.
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