Australian Institute of Health and Welfare are considering a proposal to reimburse staff for the purchase of monitors due to the need to work from home.
While from a WHS perspective it seems a good idea, in practice it raises questions such as why stop at monitors, ownership, equity (i.e. many staff have purchased equipment already), fringe benefits.
We would like to hear from agencies operating a reimbursement scheme for home office equipment, and the terms and conditions they are using.
Sandra Bailey (she/her)
People and Facilities Unit, Business and Communications Group
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
02 6244 1034 firstname.lastname@example.org |