Smartworking, the incentives of countries and companies to work remotely

Smartworking, the incentives of countries and companies to work remotely
Smartworking, the incentives of countries and companies to work remotely



08 April 2021 09:54

From tax relief in Greece to the Japanese amusement park: the “Striscia la Notizia” service

For a year now, many workers have been forced to do their jobs in smartworking. There are those who love it and those who hate it. The fact is that they are different companies e i Countries who have thought of one development of teleworking, on the one hand to encourage the productivity of its employees, on the other hand to push them to to prefer your country with respect to your country of origin. As he explains “Strip the News” the Greece and the Barbados, for example, they have provided tax relief to push remote workers to move to their country.

Such an idea, for example as “Striscia” reports, has been embraced by many Italians that have left the North to reach the South to enjoy the pleasure of Mediterranean beauties. The phenomenon even has a name “southworking“. But that’s not all because i Japanese have created an amusement park open to all smartworker of the world who for only $ 18 a day can work in poolside, or hovering over one ferris wheel.

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