Telecommuting in a Post-Pandemic Workplace
Approximately 4 in 10 Canadian workers (39.1%) worked from home in April during the COVID-19 lockdown.
While those numbers declined slightly in May and June, there are still roughly 3 million telecommuters in Canada. And that figure is expected to steadily increase in the future.
25% of Canadian businesses are “likely” or “very likely” to give their employees the option to work remotely after the pandemic, while 14% reported that they will require it.
It’s time to stop thinking about telecommuting as a temporary solution to what is going on in the world and start preparing your business and your employees for the possibility that telecommuting is here to stay.
In this Special Report you will receive:
- Compliance Briefing: How to Help Telecommuters Save Money on Their Income Taxes
- Employee Handout: Be Sure You Qualify for a Home Office Deduction Before Requesting T2200
- Compliance Cheat Sheet: The 10 Things You Must Do to Protect Telecommuters’ Safety
- Model Home Workspace & Telecommuting Safety
- Compliance Briefing: Do OHS Laws Cover Employees Who Work From Home?
- Home Workspace Hazards Assessment Checklist
- And much more…
Download the Special Report about Telecommuting in a Post-Pandemic Workplace today and receive access to everything you need to update your company telecommuting policy.