Three years in the making, Poland enshrines remote working into law
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Sejm of the Poland Republic
Amy Barnicoat-Hood
Amy Barnicoat-Hood, Research Editor

Poland is the latest country to introduce work-from-home laws, as governments worldwide continue to legislate remote working following the covid-19 pandemic.

On 13 January, Polish lawmakers finally voted to amend the nation’s labour code to include a definition and provisions for remote working – three years after starting discussions to do so – and what associated costs will be borne by the employer.