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News - April 28, 2023

Audit urges city to tighten up policies for remote workers

Bake Tilly suggests trial periods, revised terms with employees working from home

by Gennady Sheyner

When Palo Alto adopted policies three years ago to allow city employees to work from home, its primary goal was public-health safety rather than convenience.

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