For many of us, the future workplace looks a lot different. While businesses continue the re-opening process and bring employees back to their workplace from remote work locations, many employers are choosing to adopt a more long-term remote/in-person model.
Employers have much to consider as their employees continue working remotely and running hybrid work environments. How do you make sure your remote workforce model isn’t setting you up for unforeseen challenges?
We’ve asked labor & employment attorneys Jeffrey Brown and Sharon Shaoulian from Payne & Fears to highlight the traps in employment law to avoid, and opportunities for you to consider, including:
- Timekeeping and Overtime Compensation
- Nondiscriminatory Application of Work-From-Home Policies
- Monitoring of Productivity and Employee Evaluations
- Remote Expense Reimbursement
- Disability Accommodation and OSHA Issues
- Communication, Including Political Speech and Social Media
We’ll also take questions during our live Q & A chat.