Last July, a petition calling for the approval of 2 days of remote work for everyone, including cross-border workers, was swamped with critics. So this Wednesday, January 25, the issue will be publicly discussed in the House of Deputies.
The possibility of working remotely has become an important point for job candidates: it's one of the first things applicants ask about when applying for a position. A UEL survey done earlier shows that 60% of Luxembourgish companies allow at least 76% of their employees to work from home, and give 41% of workers at least two days of remote work per week.
The study will probably play a part in the public debate in the House of Representatives on the matter.