Work From Anywhere Series | Episode 17: Navigating Work From Anywhere Risks

Is remote work anywhere a dream? Or can it be turned into a reality? What are the barriers to doing so and the opportunities for companies that get this right?

Welcome to the remote work from anywhere series. This is a series featuring some of the leading people around the world in remote work, global mobility and work from anywhere compliance (remote work tax, employment law, digital nomads, etc.).

We are delighted to bring you our latest episode in the Work From Anywhere Series which explores the compliance side of remote work and specifically what tools global mobility leaders are taking advantage of to mitigate their tax and legal risks and smoothen the approval process in delivering a successful and practical work from anywhere policy.

This was the inspiration behind this week’s episode moderated by John Lee of The Work From Anywhere Team and we were delighted to be joined by Ursula Dyer Lepporoli, Director Global Mobility Services at KPMG, Australia, David Livitt, Managing Director at Global Tax Network and Sarah Briggs, Director Operations at Tracker Software Technologies (GT Global Tracker).

Global mobility leaders throughout the world are almost getting overwhelmed with the number of international remote work requests coming in, even from people who have not yet even been hired who are pushing for flexible international remote work options.

With borders opening, and pent up demand for travel, it’s only natural that employees across the globe are looking to take advantage of their newfound flexibility by moving across borders.

How are company leaders supposed to navigate these work from anywhere challenges? And weigh the employee benefits with the potential risks?

How can companies deliver a compliant remote work strategy, navigating the many hurdles of employment law and international taxation?

And what tools are they using to automate parts of the process?

Resources referenced in the episode:

P.S. Did you know that we recently launched a Work From Anywhere White Paper in partnership with the Global Mobility Executive and RoRemote?

If you’re interested in becoming a guest on the webinar series, please reach out to us here.

Should you need help with any of your remote work tax or compliance risks, The Work From Anywhere Team would be delighted to help you out! Just reach out via our website.

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