From Niels Veldhuis <[email protected]>
Subject 25% of workforce could be working from home after COVID
Date July 22, 2021 7:55 PM
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Dear John,

Did you know that while rates of remote working are forecasted to go down after the pandemic, up to 25% of the Canadian workforce is expected to continue working remotely?

A new Fraser Institute analysis out today finds employment standards legislation, as well as Workers’ Compensation and health and safety regulations, are ill-fitted for telecommuting and were designed when Canada’s workforce was characterized by large, fixed worksites.

See what the study author recommends policymakers should do in response by checking out the full study here [[link removed]], and be sure to share it with your friends and colleagues!

Stay safe,

Niels Veldhuis




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