Working from anywhere

Non tax issues

Working from anywhere: Non-Tax Issues

Working from anywhere and how this will impact the future of work is one of the latest trends for employers and their employees to navigate. In this programme we cover many of the potential employment and corporate tax implications for employers permitting their employees to ‘work from anywhere’. But what issues, other than tax, do employers need to pay attention to? And what questions do employers need to be prepared to address?

Andrew Bailey, Head of Global Employer Services for BDO, takes us through some of the wider issues for the Employer, in this short video commentary


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Andrew BaileyANDREW BAILEY  

Head of Global Employer Services


Director, Global Employer Services, United



In our work with clients, a decision to ‘work from anywhere’ can have wide-ranging implications for an employer. It is important to understand that beyond the tax implications there are numerous non-tax considerations that will need to be reviewed if a policy of enabling greater flexibility is to be successful.
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