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 our second series of the work from anywhere webinar 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.).
This week’s episode was moderated by John Lee of The Work From Anywhere Team and we were delighted to be joined by Nadia Harris, Founder of www.remoteworkadvocate.com and Founding Member of the Remote First Institute as well as Pieter Manden, Head of Trust & Employer Compliance at WorkMotion.
Spotify’s Work From Anywhere Policy
Many people were curious to hear the recent results from Spotify’s work from anywhere policy which led to a 15% lower attrition rate and a considerable increase in diversity and inclusion metrics. It has prompted many companies to reflect on their own approach to work from anywhere.
Some are even going further and looking to the possibilities around being fully remote.
Where better to discuss the business case for work from anywhere than to speak to experts who are leading the way when it comes to work from anywhere.
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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!
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John is host of the Work From Anywhere Series and Co-founder of Work From Anywhere, a platform to help companies execute a hire or work from anywhere strategy. John is a Chartered Accountant who speaks 6 languages and was previously the senior finance leader of a €4 billion division of FTSE-listed CRH Plc. John and his family are passionate about travelling and his eldest daughter, Rosa, while only 5 years old has already travelled to 25 different countries.