Working from anywhere

Employment Tax

Working from anywhere: Issues for the Employer - Employment Tax

In this short programme we look at The Future of Work, working from anywhere and how businesses can navigate these changes. This includes the tax and non-tax implications for employers and employees when allowing greater flexibility and remote working across international or inter-state borders.

Since the pandemic, many employers have been required to adapt working practices significantly as large-scale remote working became necessary. Technological advancements have enabled this to be successful and some employers have reported increased productivity and a positive effect on employee wellbeing.

Media reports have indicated some employers will allow their staff to ‘work from anywhere’ while others have been more cautious, alluding to hybrid approaches, or even suggesting a full return. Allowing staff to ‘work from anywhere’ may make a compelling proposition but what should employers be considering when they receive a remote working request, particularly those to a different domestic or international location?

Ronii Rizzo, Global Payroll and Employment Tax Services National Leader for BDO in US, takes us through some of the issues for the Employer, in this short video commentary


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