Working Remotely in Brazil

What are the rules and regulations that companies have to follow when their team members work remotely in Brazil?

Overview on remote work regulations in Brazil

There are no provisions in Brazilian Labor Laws regarding an employer’s obligation to compensate employees for teleworking expenses (electricity, internet, and telephone).

These terms are typically decided through negotiation between employers and unions or employees.


  • N/A

Recommended allowances

  • Equipment for home office

Additional allowances

  • N/A
For more details about remote working regulations in countries around the world check out our remote work regulations guide.

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