KPMG has published "The 2023 Current Trends in Remote Working Report – It’s been three years: Evolving trends in remote working."

Remote work has become an integral part of our working world.  The ability to work from anywhere has transformed how people work, removing geographical limitations and reshaping the traditional office-based model.  Based on the views of more than 580 participants from 52 countries who took part in a KPMG International webcast, “Work from Anywhere: It’s been three years,” this report provides insights into their current remote work considerations and applications.  To read more, click here.


The report reaffirms the growing importance of new work patterns – which are anticipated to continue for the foreseeable future – and the evolving trends and the extent to which organizations are embracing this “work from anywhere” world.

This report provides insights into approaches to "work from anywhere" and how the opportunity to work remotely can help attract and retain talent, and gain access to a broader skills pool.

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Among the trends and observations analyzed are the following:

  • Remote working policies continue to increase;
  • Remote work is talent-driven;
  • HR and Global Mobility are responsible for international remote work;
  • When remote work crosses borders, short-term arrangements remain the most common approved type;
  • Compliance-related challenges continue to be the primary concern.

To learn more about what’s in the report, click here.

The above information is not intended to be "written advice concerning one or more Federal tax matters" subject to the requirements of section 10.37(a)(2) of Treasury Department Circular 230 as the content of this document is issued for general informational purposes only.


The information contained in this newsletter was submitted by KPMG International.

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