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Is the work-from-home era coming to an end? Polish employers are backtracking on remote work


It is expected that employers will soon call their employees back to the office, which will leave them with 30 days to re-organise their lives. How big the change in employees’ private and professional lives will be depends greatly on where they live. It might get difficult for employees who worked from home in some other city than their employer’s seat, which was not an issue with remote working. But a sudden change to commuting tens or hundreds of kilometres to work means that the employer might face the dilemma of either parting with such a person or allowing them to keep working remotely. The latter may stir up discontent among employees who have returned to the office and bring about allegations of unequal treatment. – Bartosz Tomanek comments for Dziennik Gazeta Prawna.

The article in Polish is avialible here.