eWorkPlace Minnesota's Telework Toolkit is a free, secure online service that helps commuters and their employers in the Twin Cities track their reduction of vehicle miles travelled, their reduction in vehicle emissions, and time and money saved by teleworking.
Adopt a policy allowing city government employees to participate in alternative work schedules or telework.
Support an eWorkPlace Minnesota campaign or similar efforts, working with businesses (and transportation management organizations as appropriate); report level of fiber-optic infrastructure in city government buildings/citywide.
Help bring telemedicine technology to town via a local health care provider or other organization.
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Bloomington - 1 star
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The City of Bloomington launched a Flex/telework program in 2017.
The current policy for City employees is that alternative work schedules must be approved by the City Administrator. Working from home on an occasional basis can be scheduled...the City has purchased surface computers for each Department Head to allow that to occur more easily.
Isanti recently amended their Personnel Policy to allow for temporary flexible scheduling when approved by the City Administrator and permanent flexible scheduling when approved by the Personnel Committee. Isanti also permits working from home when prior authorization is received.