“Hush trips” are secret workplaces where employees work outside their home office, usually abroad, without their employer’s permission. This trend stems from the desire for flexibility and independence. But be careful: changing your place of work without authorization can lead to legal problems and the risk of dismissal. Instead, employees should discuss remote working with their employer and, if necessary, include it in their employment contract. If employees change their place of work without authorization, this can even lead to dismissal in the worst case.

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