Working from home is a taxable benefit that could raise $48 billion a year in the U.S. and close to $19 billion in Germany, cash that could subsidize low-income and essential workers, a new survey argues https://t.co/mi5pc0HlPX— Bloomberg (@business) November 12, 2020
Deutsche Bank suggests people working from home should be taxes at 5% to pay for workers whose jobs are under threat.— Jordan (@JordanChariton) November 11, 2020
BETTER IDEA: tax Deutsche Bank and other big banks who commit fraud and break laws 50% https://t.co/9U5otY33BF
“I thought we would spend the next 10 years convincing the world how to do remote better,” says GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij. “Instead, Covid did it within months.” https://t.co/dY8yAo1BKG by @alexrkonrad pic.twitter.com/SejzxMqxW5— Forbes (@Forbes) November 12, 2020
march: "here are x startups that are enabling remote work"— natasha mascarenhas (@nmasc_) November 10, 2020
november: "here are x startups that are fixing the broken horrible fatigued world of remote work"