Remote working – the future of work?

Ian Prenty, a tax director in Deloitte, discusses the compliance issues that come with remote working

6th December, 2020
Remote working – the future of work?
Remote working is becoming part of normal working arrangements

Back in March and the first lockdown, a lot of employees had some immediate dilemmas – how to set up a home office, where to get the morning coffee and what to do with all the commuting time saved?

On the other hand, employers’ immediate focus was how to limit the inevitable disruption to business. The focus was very much on productivity – employers were generally happy to facilitate remote working as long as the...

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