Remote work

Comparison of legislation and practice in the EAEU countries

Svetlana Shuraleva, Perm State University

The gig economy affects the labour market, making it truly global. Atypical employment relationships are evolving rapidly, including remote work. Harmonization of remote work legislation will contribute to the further EAEU states economic integration. The report is devoted to a comparative analysis of the remote work legislation in the EAEU countries. Approaches to the remote work definition, the parties and conditions of the remote work employment contract are considered. The positions of judicial bodies on controversial aspects of the remote work are analysed.