From a health and safety perspective, employers and workers should consider a number of important issues when approving a telework plan. This includes: an employee may request a telework agreement either orally or in writing (for example.B. when a staff member addresses his or her supervisor to participate in situational telework to carry out a specific home project); This assumes, however, that each employee has already successfully completed telework training and has a written telework agreement. This is particularly important for any worker who anticipates the choice of an “unscheduled telework” after the dismissal and closure procedures. The law requires that all teleworkers have a written agreement (whether telework is regular and regular or situational). The written agreement is reached “between an agency manager and an employee authorized to telework… describes the specific labour agreement that has been reached; and is mandatory for any staff member to participate in telework. It is important to remember that the law requires a worker to successfully complete distance-work training before a written agreement and telework can be reached. Although managers are ultimately responsible for the proper functioning of the working group, teleworkers must help manage the group`s expectations and its own communication in order to avoid negative effects on the morality or productivity of non-teleworkers. Among the issues that should be addressed are a large number of situations within each agency that concern the classification of positions, organizational structures and the areas of mission of agencies. As a result, it would be impractical and inadvisable to propose a government-wide “standard” or to develop generic language that would involve a “uniform” approach to determining eligibility and informing workers of eligibility. Agencies should be particularly careful to describe concretely the criteria for eligibility and participation in their telework policies. It is not clear how health and safety and compensation laws include telework schemes.