CORONAVIRUS, WORK FROM HOME & LEGALITIES
Coronavirus has taken all of us by surprise. No one had expected that this kind of epidemic is soon becoming a pandemic and will affect almost every area of human activity and endeavour. As economic slowdown is facing us in our faces, more and more governments of the world are encouraging private sector employers to allow their employees to work from home. However, working from home brings forward its own distinctive legal policy and regulatory issues.
In this book, I have sought to identify some of the important and more significant legalities and also legal, policy and regulatory nuances that all stakeholders need to keep in mind in the coronavirus age, whether it be private institutions, organizations, companies, employers and employees.
In this book, I have sought to collate not just some of the more significant legal issues and parameters, pertaining to Work From Home in coronavirus age but have also sought to encourage all stakeholders to think differently innovatively and in a futuristic manner.
The coronavirus crisis will blow away after some time. However the learnings that will be obtained by stakeholders in the context of working from home in the coronavirus age, will instead contribute to evolving jurisprudence pertaining to working from home across the world.