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Remote Work—A tax perspective
Part of the Tax News & Views podcast series
Managing remote work has rocketed to the top of talent issues that businesses face today. In this latest episode, Deloitte Tax Principal Kate Forsyth and Deloitte Tax Partner John Jennings, both leaders in Deloitte’s Global Employer Services Group, share insights on the remote work trends they are seeing in the marketplace and the role that a tax department can play as organizations develop hybrid work policies.
Tax podcast: Remote Work—A tax perspective
As companies refine or build their remote work policies, the tax department can provide essential insights on the impact to overall tax planning and payroll tax compliance. Host Carrie Falkenhayn is joined by two leaders from Deloitte Tax’s Global Employer Services Group—Tax Principal Kate Forsyth and Deloitte Tax Partner John Jennings—for a discussion on the ever-evolving topic of remote work and the ways that an organization’s tax function can fulfill an essential role in its successful implementation.
Most companies are breaking it [Remote Work] into two components. One is the team that is establishing the policy and the other team is looking at enforcement and governance—putting in place those protocols for existing employees and for newly recruited employees.
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