Remote Work

NOTE: Because of the nature of ever-changing human resources, payroll, and tax regulations, all information discussed herein is subject to change. Please reach out to us to discuss your organization’s unique challenges so that we can provide you with up-to-date information and help you find the solutions.

April 22, 2021
Hosted by Tamara Hastings, PHR,
Leah Davis, CPA and
Brenna Ramy, PHR, SHRM-CP

Summer is around the corner and in this new work-from-home-friendly environment, many employers may find themselves with employees who are asking to work from the cabin, the beach, or a similarly relaxing summer location. While this may seem like a simple request, employers and HR teams have some important implications to consider before approving a new work-from-home location.

In this episode of Beyond the Mic, Tamara Hastings, Leah Davis, and Brenna Ramy discuss some of the implications of having remote employees who are requesting to work elsewhere, particularly if the remote work brings them to a different state. From payroll taxes and state withholding to labor laws and employee classifications, it’s important to understand these implications and establish some policies to guide your organization through this potentially new territory of remote work.

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