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Good news for WFH Employees! Government will bring law soon; Will get money for additional expenses

Law For Work From Home: There is no law regarding work from home in India yet. The government is considering making new law. After which the hours of working from home for the company will be fixed.

If you are doing work from home and you feel that office workers are making you work for more hours than before or are putting more pressure, then there is good news for you. The Government of India may soon make a Law for Work From Home, in which it will be defined that what are the responsibilities of the company towards its employee when he is doing work from home (WFH).

Framework will be decided for work from home

According to a report published in The Economic Times, many companies are still getting their employees to work from home due to the outbreak of Kovid-19. There is no fixed framework for this. Often many employees allege that more work is done than them in their office, but there is no such law, with the help of which they can oppose the exploitation of the office workers.

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What will be the rules in the law?

It is believed that the working hours can be fixed in the work from home law. Apart from this, how much money the company should pay for expenses like electricity and internet during work from home, it will also be decided in the law. A central government official said that rules will be decided for work from home, for which the government can take action soon.

Comprehensive structure to be built for work from home

The official said that the central government now wants to create a comprehensive formal structure for all sectors. A recently enacted law in Portugal has given more protection to employees doing work from home. A framework of labor regulations has been prepared in Portugal. This law has helped in preventing the exploitation of employees.

Significantly, in January this year, the central government had formalized work from home for the service sector through a standing order, allowing the company and employees to take mutual decisions on working hours and other conditions. . However, this move of the government was seen as a sign as the service sector which largely comprises of IT and ITeS has already done work from home for employees under special circumstances.

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