Home office and teleworking used to be a popular benefit. Since last year, however, remote work in Europe has practically become a necessity. Many European states have begun the journey to adapt the home office rules into their legal systems. So what are the main aspects of remote work that need to be considered when implementing the rules in your company? Now is the right time to look at all of the questions that many companies dealed with during the last year. We will also stop at the question of how to deal with the so-called digital nomadism, or the requirement of foreign employees for a home office in their homeland. Your guide will be Jan Procházka, who has implemented plenty of home office rules in companies of various types in his legal practice, and will add also some practical tips and experiences.
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Jan Procházka is a lawyer at Deloitte Legal. He focuses on corporate, contract and labor law. He assists his clients in the management of everyday legal matters and in resolving legal disputes both in court and out of court. He has many years of experience from projects aimed at company reorganizations. He is a member of the German law firm and provides comprehensive legal advice in German as well.