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    Remote Working Law in Costa Rica Requires Adjustments to Avoid Injustices

    Based on the experience we have had with the pandemic, we have come to the conclusion that legal reform must take place.

    Costa Rican Tourism Sector Applauds the “Digital Nomads Law” but Acknowledge That an Optimal...

    The Costa Rican National Chamber of Tourism (Canatur) celebrated the sanction of the “Digital Nomads Law” after an act held this Wednesday at the...

    How Will Jobs Be in the Upcoming Years?

    The future of companies is young people; those who are finishing university and finding it difficult to insert themselves into the labor system. Generation...

    Costa Rican Congress Approves Benefits For International Digital Nomads

    With 41 votes in favor, Costa Rican deputies approved in the first debate the bill to attract workers and remote service providers of an...

    5 Tips to Promote Organizational Culture in Times of Remote Working

    As a result of the Pandemic, the practice of working under remote dynamics increased in Costa Rica and in the world, and it is...

    How to Work Remotely Without Losing Your Health

    There is no doubt that the situation generated by COVID-19 has made us rethink many aspects, some intentionally and others, unfortunately, forcedly. Among them,...

    Costa Rican Productivity in the Present Focuses on Internet Jobs

    Costa Rica, ranks as one of the first countries in Latin America where its professionals do their jobs over the Internet. This in order...
    In Costa Rica 97% of Companies Have Implemented the Telework Modality

    Costa Rica Aspires to Position Itself as a Global Destination for “Remote Workers”

    The initiative to attract digital nomads is called for on extraordinary legislative sessions and has the support of the National Chamber of Tourism

    Tourism Entrepreneurs Advocate Attracting Remote-Workers to Costa Rica Through a New Law

    Attracting remote workers or digital nomads is the intention of the National Chamber of Tourism (Canatur), supported by a bill that is being processed in the Tico National Assembly.

    Can Costa Rica Become a Remote Worker Paradise?

    Once upon a time, in the far distant past, before COVID-19, remote working was something other people did. People who worked for themselves in...
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    Tourist Lodgings Offer Packages and Special Conditions for Remote Working

    Remote working from a tourist site emerges as an increasingly followed alternative to counteract the effects produced by social isolation. Faced with this opportunity...

    Free from traditional employment and Costa Rica bound

    Why we left Canada for Costa Rica Beyond the obvious reasons of wretched, cold winters and outrageously inflated housing costs in Alberta, Canada we had other...
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