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Discussion on: 5% privilege tax for working remotely?

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Diego Giuliani

When I read that I felt so enraged, what about the amount of money the employer saves by having the employees at home? No office space, no internet, electricity, parking space, snacks, etc.
Not to mention that, if efficiently managed, the employee is more productive than working in an office.
If anything, they should encourage more WFH instead of trying to tax it.