Flexing workplace flexibility muscles in working from home arrangements

Thanks to COVID-19 measures, employees are embracing WFH, employers not so much

Flexing workplace flexibility muscles in working from home arrangements
Arooj Shah, James Kondopulos, Stuart Rudner

As Canadians slowly emerge from the COVID-19 cocoon we’ve been living in over the past 18 months, one thing has become clear — for most of those who have been working from home through the pandemic, the prospect of going back to the workplace full time is something to which they are not looking forward.

To read the full story, login below.

Not a subscriber?

Start your subscription today!

Recent articles & video

SCC relies on treaty in finding foreign company exempt from paying tax in Canada

Ontario court pilot shows trend toward family dispute resolution: lawyer

COVID-19 and the courts: Nov. 29, 2021 update

Thank you to our Advisory Panel for dedicating their time to the 2021 Lexpert Rising Stars Awards!

B.C.'s bill on electronic wills, remote witnessing to come into force this December

Law Society of B.C. is appealing tribunal decision to ban Richmond Hong Guo lawyer for a year

Most Read Articles

Announcing the 2021 Lexpert Rising Stars

Lawyers' petition protests 'erosion of our free society' through vaccine passports, mandates

Law Society of B.C. is appealing tribunal decision to ban Richmond Hong Guo lawyer for a year

COVID-19 has created challenges in completing some deals as potential buyers seek ways to get out