Since 2020, more organizations than ever are managing employees working remotely. While offering remote work options may improve employee engagement and attract top talent, it also increases employers’ legal exposure and creates payroll, tax, and HR compliance risks. When employees work remotely in a new state, they trigger a new “work location.” This work location will be subject to HR and compliance laws in its state and city. Even if employees move without telling their employers, the organization is still responsible for payroll taxes and compliance with the HR state and city laws in the employee’s work location. This eBook will assist employers in re-evaluating how they hire, pay, and manage their remote workers.
Read the eBook to:
- Get proven strategies for maintaining payroll compliance, even with employees in multiple states
- Find out how to reduce legal exposure when hiring remote employees
- Learn what employers must obtain from their workers’ compensation insurance when managing remote employees
- Discover why remote employees may need more or different training than employees working in the company office