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Setting up to work at home for the long term

Spain
17.05.21
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When lockdowns started happening in different countries around the world last year, remote working was treated as an emergency measure. But now employers are having to work out how to set it up for the longer term – and that raises a whole raft of issues that need proper thought, such as health and safety, mental wellbeing, the right for employees disconnect, cybersecurity, how to monitor time spent working, work performance and more.

There is a new remote working Act in Spain and so we head there (remotely) for this episode to talk to Iñigo Sagardoy, chairman of our Spanish firm Sagardoy Abogados to get his insights.

Don’t forget to download our COVID-19: How and where to work guide below and to keep an eye on our COVID-19 page.

COVID-19: How and where to work

In our latest guide covering 37 countries, we take a look at whether you can mandate testing for coronavirus or require vaccination, how to handle a refusal or inability for someone to be vaccinated - and in all this, what data privacy issues arise. We also think about the growing questions around remote working.