LATAM has also been hit hard by COVID-19 and in late December 2020 certain countries started administering the first doses of vaccines. The news that a COVID-vaccine is finally becoming a reality presents organizations with the possibility of returning to business as normal.
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the need to reshape employment models and more companies are examining extended remote work policies to provide flexibility for the benefit of both people and organizations.
The regional Employment & Compensation team is pleased to present the Latin America Remote Working Guide considering that organizations are in favor of remote working models and governments are responding to this increased trend.
Our aim is to answer some of the most pressing questions and provide you with the most up to date information on changing laws and regulations across 7 jurisdictions in Latin America.
The high level guidance in this document is not intended to be comprehensive legal advice.
Due to the recent arrival of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) to Argentina and the concerns that this triggers in the employment environment, we believe it is appropriate to make available an action guide with recommendations to face the impact of the outbreak on the employment. Below there a list of some…