Right to Request Remote Working

The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment has been taking steps to progress the recently launched National Remote Work Strategy, most recently through a public consultation on the Right to Request Remote Working. Dublin Chamber has been working to outline the concerns that members have conveyed to us on this subject through focus groups, surveys, and conversations to all the relevant policymakers and political leaders.

 

In our submission made in response to the Right to Request consultation, key points in relation to financial cost, health and safety, operational requirements, tax and FDI implications, female labour participation impacts, and city vibrancy are detailed, you can read our submission here.