Please note: If you are allowing employees to work abroad, a lot of careful planning and consideration is needed to ensure that you comply with the various employment and tax laws applicable in both countries. This article only airs opinions on both sides of the issue and does not constitute any form of advice.
With a whiff of spring in the air and the Easter holidays fast approaching, some of us may find ourselves dreaming of a Pina Colada by the pool, a long-awaited family reunion or simply a change of scenery. And rather than simply requests for annual leave, managers may instead be receiving requests from people to adjust their working location – whether it’s the beach over Easter, a month-long trip to visit family overseas, or even becoming a permanent digital nomad.
How flexible should managers be? After all, a laptop and an internet connection are theoretically the only limiting factors. We air various sides of the argument.
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