DB's arguments for a 5% privilege tax for remote workers:
(Better put by Justin in his post)
Remote work impacts the ecosystem surrounding the office. Less use of public infrastructure, office maintenance staff loses jobs = less contribution to the economy.
Solution? According to DB, governments should be charging extra tax for those who work remotely.
But here's what DB's planning for themselves:
- Remote work for 2 days/week or more perenially
- Already getting rid of office space & extra staff
Now isn't that contradicting yourself, DB? 😅
What does everyone else think?