As Germany, the Netherlands, and Switzerland struggle with whether and when to bring employees back to the office, Portugal has proposed legislation to make it easier – if not necessarily cheaper – to let them keep working from home.

A new law announced last week and awaiting approval by the government would widen the protections for remote workers, including expanded coverage for expenses incurred and greater flexibility for workers with small children who want to work from home.

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