#HRThursday: Remote working - legal and tax aspects


Remote working has become more and more widely adopted by companies. What are the responsibilities of both employer and employee when implementing home office?

#HRThursday: Remote working - legal and tax aspects

According to Inquiry Market Research, up to 63 percent of employees prefer a remote or hybrid working model. Employers often adjust to these expectations, providing employees with the possibility of partial or full remote work. Which issues should be taken into account when implementing such a model of work?

We invite you to view the recording from a free online meeting from our #HRThursday series, during which experts from TGC Corporate Lawyers and Crowe discussed the most important aspects of remote working.

Date of the webinar: 23 September 2021
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

The webinar agenda:

  • Implementation of remote working by employers
  • Obligations of both employer and employee with regard to remote working
  • Working time and remote working
  • Benefits for employees working remotely - PIT and ZUS deductions
  • Remote working from abroad - tax and insurance aspects

The webinar was held in Polish.




Magdalena Wilkoszewska,
Director of the Labour Law Department, TGC Corporate Lawyers
Małgorzata Górska-Welikan,
Lawyer, Crowe

See also: #HRthursday: Employment contract and benefits - the most common mistakes of employers

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