$30 for MBA members | $50 non-members
The COVID-19 pandemic shifted a number of previously in-person positions to remote work and telecommuting. As the pandemic subsides many employers are continuing to grow their remote workforce in various states. As a result, many employers are left wondering what their legal obligations are for remote employees working out of state. The biggest concerns are local employment laws, workers’ compensation insurance, and unemployment insurance obligations. Employers may also be subject to out-of-state payroll tax obligations. This seminar, led by Paul Cirner, of Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC, will provide an overview of legal issues impacting out-of-state remote work and methods for employers and counsel to minimize compliance risks.
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