Working from home is a temporary arrangement, whereas working at home can be considered as more permanent, for example, in 2020 teams were obliged to work from home for a year. There are significant compliance-related differences between working from home and working at home. Find out more in this article by Bhagyashree Pancholy and Denis Barnard published on The HR Director.

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