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Remote work after COVID: regulation, hybrid models and impacts on safety and health
In response to the shifting landscape of work brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, three recent EU-OSHA publications put the spotlight on remote work, including:
- a report on the evolving regulation of telework in Europe and its effects on workers’ wellbeing and health;
- a discussion paper on the emergence of hybrid work models as a new arrangement prompting changes on traditional workplace rules, with both opportunities and challenges for employers and employees; and
- another paper on the implications of surveillance and monitoring on the safety and health of remote workers, and the role of preventing measures.
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Remote and hybrid work are also one of the priority areas of our ‘Safe and healthy work in the digital age’ campaign. Stay tuned!