An interview with AIRINC’s tax directors, Pat Jurgens and Jeremy Piccoli
Around the world, many individuals have been working from home for weeks or months.
Virtually overnight, entire workforces became “remote.” In our 2020 Mobility Outlook Survey (conducted prior to the COVID-19 pandemic announcement), we saw that 64% of
companies were seeing an increase in remote work requests (global and domestic).
Most of those companies handle requests on a case-by-case basis and only 7 percent have a policy to address remote work. We anticipate remote work requests may increase after shelter-in-place orders subside and we interviewed AIRINC’s tax directors, Pat Jurgens and Jeremy Piccoli, to shed light on tax and other regulatory issues to consider when evaluating the company’s stance on remote work.
In this interview, you will learn:
- What is remote work?
- COVID-19's impact on employer and employee tax liabilities
- Different considerations of domestic vs. international remote work arrangements
- Additional country/state taxes due as a result of remote work
- And much more!
Listen | Partner | Deliver. For over 60 years, AIRINC has helped clients with the right data, cutting-edge technology, and thought-leading advice needed to effectively deploy talent worldwide. Our industry expertise, solutions, and service enable us to effectively partner with clients to navigate the complexity of today’s global mobility programs. As the market continues to evolve, AIRINC seeks innovative ways to help clients address new workforce globalization challenges, including mobility program assessment metrics and cross-border talent mobility strategy. Our approach is designed with your success in mind. With an understanding of your goals and objectives, we ensure you achieve them. Headquartered in Cambridge, MA, USA, AIRINC has full-service offices in Brussels, London, and Hong Kong. Learn more by clicking here.