Only every fifth employer in Crimea requires information about the actual place of work from a remote employee
Mass remote work is a thing of the past, remote work is legally framed and regulated by companies: only 2 out of 10 employers are interested in additional information about the place of work. Representatives of companies from the Crimea took part in the survey of the SuperJob service for finding highly paid jobs.
Most employers who have remote employees do not need information about where the remote staff works from: “The main thing is that the task is done on time, and it doesn’t matter where exactly the employee works.” Every fifth employer believes that an employee is obliged to report this information: “You need to understand where the employee is in case of an urgent need to call him to the office or to the facility”; “I just have to, that’s all. Most often, this affects the quality of remote connections in the system”; “Due to the fact that during working hours the employer is responsible for the safety and health of the employee”— noted in the press service of the service.
Among telecommuting staff, 3 out of 10 Crimeans tell their immediate supervisor about their location during working hours: 11% do this at the request of the employer, another 20% on their own initiative.
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