Home, of separating the family living spaces from the work space, to avoid distractions. In many homes this is not physically possible; it is common to find, especially in cities, the person teleworking in the living room of the house, shared with the children's leisure area, their partner, etc. What problems does teleworking pose for companies? But not only the inconveniences are for the workers. Companies are presented with a series of problems and uncertainties, which lead us to ask ourselves the following questions: are companies prepared for the digital transformation that involves the increase in technological means, software, etc.? Is there sufficient security to prevent intrusion, data leakage, virus entry, etc. (cybersecurity)?
Will the previous incorporation of a worker to the company in the teleworking modality, suppose a change in the way of e commerce photo editing service hiring? Will those workers who have adequate space be chosen over others who do not, which could be discrimination in access to work? How do companies assess psychosocial, ergonomic or hygienic risks (lighting, noise, temperature, humidity, etc.), especially when there are several places used for teleworking? Issue that will be developed later, in the comments to rdl 28/2020. When the teleworker is discharged due to accident or illness,
what channels exist to verify that it was actually an accident at work or an occupational disease? Or on the contrary, how can the company prove that it was not as a consequence of the work you did for it? It will be necessary to analyze each specific case , but surely it will be difficult at times to discern both issues, which will end up in court. Telecommuting and prevention of occupational risks: main problems suffered by the worker all this without forgetting that teleworking implies the use of new technologies , and