KPMG Remote work and Brexit guidance

KPMG Remote work and Brexit guidance

Remote work and employees working from various locations around the world is rapidly growing trend in different fields. Is you company prepared for remote working? How about Brexit impacts with the various matters that need the be considered? KPMG services include assistance and guidance with these novel challenges to support your company and employees.


Remote work – the new normal or a temporary experiment? Many companies have been suddenly forced to decide on whether to implement new ways of working on a permanent rather than one-time basis.

The coronavirus pandemic enabled the large-scale shift to remote work for everyone and businesses started to consider the possibility of its further integration into post-crisis life. Remote working can raise various matters, such as tax and social security, labor law, and immigration implications, that should be considered and acted upon.

As we navigate the current environment and the shift towards a remote way of working, we want to help all employees to be: 

  • Save & healthy
  • Digitally prepared
  • Actively engaged



  • Expertise for all task blocks – Detailed assessments on tax, social security, corporate tax and immigration 
  • Experience with similar projects 
  • Several ready-to-use technology solutions for support
  • Sector knowledge and understanding of internal processes 

KPMG Brexit guidance

There are currently various changes in the business environment and fast adaptation is required. Brexit and UK’s future relationship with the EU brings out new challenges with different regulations and processes. These changes also occur when businesses are already dealing with COVID-19 impacts. 

While change is inevitable, it can also create opportunities for those prepared enough to take them. With Brexit there will be several issues businesses need to face with the changing regulations and laws for immigration and tax. To maintain business resilience, it is vital for organizations to plan for the short, medium and long-term responses to Brexit.


How KPMG can help? 

• Assess post-Brexit status for your employees

• Identify the options available for employees and organization

• Understand the actions that your organization and employees need to take now and in the near future

• Provide technology solutions where Brexit effects for immigration, tax and social security have been updated for your internal use

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