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The new world of work in Monaco

The COVID-19 pandemic and the measures put in place in response in countries around the world – including Monaco – have compelled both employers and employees to adopt a new vision for work. Countless companies and government agencies have sustained themselves during the crisis by having employees conduct their work from home.

Now, months after the beginning of the pandemic, many of these measures, such as home-office remote work, have proven so effective they are being considered for the post-COVID-19 future. But remote work raises a host of legal and administrative challenges. This page – based on the 24 November 2020 webinar The Future is Now: The New World of Work in Monaco and hosted by employment lawyers Sophie Marquet, Sylvain Neron and Florence de Guzman with CMS Monaco – presents how telework and home-office work have impacted the Monegasque workplace, and explores the challenges that these forms of employment pose for workers and companies, both now and in the years to come. 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 Monaco


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

  •  TELEWORKING and associated benefits and risks
    • Legal uncertainties on applicable regime
    • Securing remote work
    • Avoiding pittfalls – civil and criminal liabilities
    • Practical steps to limit liability
  • OTHER TOOLS to reduce impact of social distancing      
    • Efficient delegations of powers
    • Adopting IT Policies
    • Issuing dematerialized salary sheets

Language: English 

Speakers: Sophie Marquet, Florence Guzman and Sylvain Neron

Webinar recording

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


Sophie Marquet
Sophie Marquet