7.12.2022 Remote work

Webinar: Remote work 2023 – key changes

On 1 December 2022, the Sejm adopted the amendment to the Labour Code which introduces remote work to Polish regulations. This also means new obligations for employers. What are the most important changes and how can businesses prepare?

Despite the growing popularity of remote work, it has not been formally regulated in the Polish Labour Code. From the new year, this will change. Remote and hybrid work will be allowed, and in certain situations employers will have to consent to the employee working remotely. Employers will have to provide remote workers with work materials and tools, as well as cover the costs associated with working outside the office.

Date of the webinar: 16 December 2022
Time: 11:00 am – 11:45 am CET

Learn more: Amendment to the Labour Code on remote work adopted

On what terms will it be possible to entrust remote work and how to prepare for the new regulations? We invite you to watch a recording from free webinar for employers, during which we will discussed the most important issues related to the adjustment of internal regulations to cover for remote work, benefits for remote workers and other new obligations resulting from the adopted amendment.


  • Rules for entrusting remote work
  • Internal documentation for remote work
  • Obligations of the employer and employee in the remote work model
  • Employee benefits in connection with remote work

The webinar was conducted in Polish.


Magdalena Wilkoszewska Director of The Labour Law Department, Attorney-At-Law
TGC Corporate Lawyers
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