the contribution focuses on the impact of remote working on the current employer’s role and powers, according to the standard employment relationship. The introduction of new technologies and new models of work organization gives the employer new tools to monitor and control the workers, exposing the employees to new forms of constant surveillance, including their performance and their compliance with the overall work organization at all times. In this context, how Article 4 of the Statute of Workers on monitoring work from a distance might be applied to remote work is an open question. Additionally, the effects of flexible working time arrangements in relation to the employers’ power, duties and responsibilities need to be explored: while wielding this power, they are asked to respect rest times (breaks) and to comply with the technical and organizational measures necessary to ensure the disconnection of the worker from the technological instruments of work (art. 19, co. 1, L. 81/2017).
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