Tax incentives needed to grow remote work in Ireland, says expert
President of Global Workplace Analytics Kate Lister argues we have a particular need for remote working, to keep people in their local communities
Ireland needs to use tax incentives with employers to encourage greater use of remote working, according to Kate Lister, the world’s leading academic in the field.
Lister, who is president of Global Workplace Analytics, has been conducting research into the area for two decades. She told the Business Post that the “right to ask” for remote work wasn’t sufficient to encourage employers to enable more remote work.
“There’s a number of countries, including Ireland, that ...