The Covid-19 pandemic has also affected risk assessment and decision-making processes in organisations. As the pandemic and restrictions ease off, organisations should revise these processes and make any necessary changes.
CEOs and workers are increasingly embracing remote work. CEOs plan to invest more in order to support adoption of the hybrid work model. Workers are not so eager to return to the office as their managers. CEOs face difficult decisions about using office space. These are just a few of the issues and findings from a recent PwC survey.
With the Covid-19 pandemic leading to many redundancies, the courts are increasingly hearing disputes over mistakes employers make in laying off their workers. This suggests a lack of understanding of how a workforce reduction should be achieved lawfully. It is important in this context for the employer to offer the worker another job before issuing a redundancy notice.
Any company, state-owned or municipal institution or even sole trader that processes the personal data of EU/EEA residents enabling their identification is subject to the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”). Its requirements extend to companies outside the EU/EEA offering goods or services to EU/EEA residents. This article completes what we wrote on this topic last year.
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PwC offers a brief video on the impact of COVID-19 on Transfer Pricing in Central and Eastern Europe.