Working from Anywhere, How Does it Affect an Organisation?

Posted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 23 August 2023
Orlagh McDonald
Think People
Issues covered: Working Remotely; Working Abroad; Tax; Contracts of Employment

During the COVID-19 Pandemic, employers had no choice but to allow employees to work remotely from their home location due to restrictions that were in place to minimise the spread of the COVID-19 Virus. Many employees who were currently working abroad at this time, remained in that country due to travel restrictions.

The post-pandemic world of work has placed significant focus on the benefits of hybrid/remote working for employee wellbeing and productivity.

Global remote working appeals to many employees, and many don’t see any issue with this or indeed don’t make their employer aware of their change in location if they travel overseas and bring their laptop with them… sure as long as the

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This article is correct at 23/08/2023
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Orlagh McDonald
Think People

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