“The change to teleworking when the pandemic exploded was very rapid, and the change came before the law.” Roman Gil Alburquerque, Partner at Sagardoy Abogados, participates in the BBC “The Inquiry” podcast to shed light on teleworking and its legislation in different areas and different countries.
Many countries are already working on laws relating to the regularization of teleworking.. Among these laws are those on workplace accidents, the right to disconnection or digital nomad visas, among others. The Netherlands is ahead in this regard, as its legislation is the most advanced. England, Canada or the US are working to have a good legal basis surrounding teleworking, since many of its citizens have already adopted permanent hybrid model.
You must also take into account the costes teleworking, since there are material costs, energy expenditure, ergonomic risks...
If you want to learn more, listen to Román Gil starting at minute 11:09
In addition, several experts from different fields and cultures analyze from different prisms How has the adoption of teleworking been depending on the corporate cultures of each country?, highlighting, for example, Japan or English-speaking countries, which are very different in their approach to this new way of working.
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