Collective bargaining agreements and remote working expenses


By: , Ernesto Ruiz and Francisco Ramón Lacomba 

After the pandemic-imposed remote working experience, it looks like this work mode is taking a strong hold in some sectors. Its advantages, including space and cost savings, reduced travel favoring sustainability policies, enhanced work-life balance and attracting international talent, are helping consolidate it in some companies. Although the figures remain lower than in other EU countries, this work mode has grown exponentially in Spain, from around 1.6 million remote workers at the start of the pandemic to almost 3 million in March 2021 (data from Adecco Group Institute).

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