New Ways of Working (NWWO) during the pandemic have put the onus on businesses to ‘do it right’ by their employees, put people first, build diversity and inclusion, while focusing on sustainability.
In this webinar, our experts from Osborne Clarke will be discussing some of the key legal risks and challenges posed by the transition to a hybrid working model. In particular, the webinar will cover how to establish structural teleworking, how to manage such teleworking done abroad and key legal issues around “digital nomads”. Osborne Clarke speakers from the employment, tax and IT/Data Protection legal teams will discuss the different dimensions that businesses must be aware of and lay out clear practical steps for hybrid working.
In the second part of the webinar, we will look closely at a case study, joined by two guest speakers from the Belgian Social Security Office (NSSO) and from RSM Belgium.
Both sessions aim at exploring some of the main legal risks and challenges posed by the transition to a hybrid working model at a time when NWWO is on the top of businesses agenda.