Legal framework for remote working to be written

Legal framework for remote working

As has been said, the future (and present) of the world of work is a hybrid of the real world and the virtual world. The lockdowns were a tremendous opportunity for companies to experiment with new forms of work such as remote work. In reality, it was a mix of factors that escape any typed legal framework, and that have profundly innovated the ways of working. The Prime Ministerial Decree of 4 March 2020 established that agile work could also be applied to fixed-terms employement.

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