Webinar u organizaciji Američke gospodarske komore u Hrvatskoj
KPMG Legal održao je webinar na aktualnu temu „Planiranje povratka radnika u prostor poslodavca i rad od kuće“ u organizaciji Američke gospodarske komore u Hrvatskoj.
Na webinaru je bilo riječi o mjerama upravljanja rizicima koje poslodavci trebaju poduzeti prilikom planiranja povratka radnika na rad u prostor poslodavca, omogućavanja radnicima trajnog rada od kuće, kao i restrikcijama primjenjivim na strance koji u Hrvatsku dolaze na rad.
Ovime želimo s Vama podijeliti prezentacijski materijal.
KPMG Legal held a webinar on a hot topic on "Planning the return of workers to the employer's premises and work from home" in organization of the American Chamber of Commerce in Croatia.
The webinar discussed the risk management measures that employers should take when planning the return of workers to work in the employer's premises, enabling workers to work permanently from home, as well as restrictions applicable to foreigners coming to work in Croatia.
We would like to share our presentation material with you.
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