Working from anywhere - the tax implications for employers
By Queenie Wong and Lawrence Bell; Published in CPABC in Focus
The pandemic has reshaped the way employees work. Many have been forced to work remotely, and some have chosen to relocate. But necessity has borne some interesting insights. As remote work shifts from being a stop-gap solution to a permanent option, employers will need to implement internal risk management protocols and understand the implications—in terms of domestic and international taxation, employment and labour law, immigration, and benefit plans—of allowing their employees to work remotely from foreign jurisdictions.