Remote work has become an integral part of our working world. The ability to work from anywhere has transformed how we work, removing geographical limitations and reshaping the traditional office-based model.

At the beginning of the journey, companies had to quickly react to support employees and maintain business continuity. As restrictions eased, employees began to recognize the value of location-independent work, which has led to a growing demand for workplace flexibility. While organizations continue to explore the approaches that best fit their talent and business needs, many have embraced more flexible work models and are enjoying the benefits of a borderless workforce.

The KPMG International webcast: “Work from Anywhere: It’s been three years” asked more than 580 participants from 52 countries, territories and jurisdictions about their current remote work considerations and approaches. This report presents that data and offers insights to the current global trends in remote work and how they are evolving in terms of mobility, tax policies, governance, technology and more.


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Currrent trends in remote work

It's been three years: Evolving trends in remote working

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Future outlook

    Remote working will increasingly become more critical to the company’s talent strategy.

    Provision of international remote working will normalize in certain markets and industries.

    Companies will continuously adapt their programs as we learn more about the long-term impact of remote working.

    The regulatory landscape will continue to challenge uniform adoption of cross-border remote working.