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The new world of work in Turkey

The COVID-19 pandemic and the measures put in place in countries around the world – including Turkey – has compelled employers and employees to adopt a new vision for work, such as work from home.

Now, months after the pandemic began, home-office remote work has proven so effective, it could become part of the post-pandemic future. But remote work raises a host of legal and administrative challenges. This publication – based on the 12 January 2021 webinar The Future is Now: The New World of Work in Turkey and hosted by employment experts and counsels Sinan Abra and Inci Alaloglu-Cetin with CMS Turkey – discusses how homeworking impacts the traditional office environment, and the implications for workers and companies. Read the article, listen to the podcast and watch webinar recording on this topic below.


The Future is Now: The new world of work in Turkey


Listen to the CMS Employment podcast episode about the new world of work in Turkey. The speakers are discussing the following:

  • The Effects of COVID-19 on Employment Law
    • Homeworking
    • Termination Restrictions
    • Short-Time Work Allowance
  • E-Signature
    • Legal Framework
    • Areas of Utilization
    • Secure E-Signature
  • Occupational Health and Safety in Homeworking
    • Legal Framework
    • Health and Safety related Obligations
    • COVID-19 as an occupational accident (iş kazası)
  • Protection of Personal Data During the COVID-19 Pandemic
    • Legal Framework
    • Data Processing Principles
    • Processing of Sensitive Personal Data
    • HES Application

Language: English
Speakers: Inci Alaloglu-Cetin and Sinan Abra 

Webinar recording

The Future is Now: The new World of Work in Turkey




Sinan Abra
Sinan Abra
Inci Alaloglu-Cetin