#11 | Global Telecommuting Compliance

July 9, 2024 | xpath.global

 

Episode Description

Immigration, social security and tax compliance become more difficult with staff working remotely, and during the COVID-19 worldwide pandemic, remote work has become actually the norm.
However, demand for it existed long before the epidemic started, and it is expected to continue long after the outbreak is over. As businesses strive to accommodate a wide range of work arrangements, immigration, social security and immigration consequences are becoming more complicated, and remote work compliance is becoming more difficult.
Many companies formerly disregarded remote working as a non-viable alternative, believing that being physically present in the workplace was the only way to be a cohesive, effective team.
Surprisingly or not, Zoom fatigue or not, the popularity of remote working has not decreased when some of the restrictions were lifted, the job markets re-opened and some of the industries returned to some level of normality. This means HR and global mobility professionals and experts are left to deal with the intricacies of immigration, labour law, payroll or tax compliance risks.
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