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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The health crisis has forced different sized companies to reorganize their office teams. Virtually overnight, they adopted different remote work models. After almost seven months of the pandemic, many of them are considering a permanent adoption of the home office.

However, there are no clear rules for this transition to be legally safe for employers and employees. On the one hand, there is concern over the disconnection of employees, who are far from the eyes of their managers. On the other, there are those who perceive a risk of this model bureaucratizing the relationship and sinking . . .

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