In 2021 and 2022, organizations will permit employees to work remotely more than ever. While allowing remote work or hybrid remote work may improve employee engagement, it can also create more risk and legal exposure. Supervising remote employees could trigger risks for non-compliance with state (sometimes city) HR and payroll requirements. (This is true whether employers are aware of where remote employees are living and working, or if they aren’t. Even if employees move to a new state without telling their employers, the workplace is still subject to those local HR and payroll regulations.) Read the article to:
• Outline six key areas of payroll management and HR compliance remote employers must beware of
• Find out how employee classifications may change from state to state
• Discover how an employer’s pay frequency could create compliance challenges
• Learn why employers must know what state and city their remote employees live in
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