Setting the Rules for Remote Work covers:
- FMLA and ADA. Both demand different eligibility and oversight for remote workers.
- Outdated wage and hour laws. How to avoid laws that require you to pay remote workers for the expenses they incur on your behalf.
- Time-keeping. How to comply with state and federal laws on time-keeping and breaks for remote staff.
- Managing changed duties and responsibilities. What to do when telework jobs change. You must stay on top of reclassification.
- Discipline. The correct way to write up remote workers … and the unique issues in terminating them.
- Common classification mistakes. How to properly classify remote workers as exempt vs. non-exempt and employee vs. independent contractor.
- Remote workers in different states. The complicated hiring and payroll factors for remote workers who live in a different state than their employer, want to move or relocated temporarily.
- Worker’s compensation. How you can mitigate the risks with planning and monitoring.
- Reasonable accommodation. Why you must consider allowing employees with certain injuries or illnesses to work from home as a reasonable accommodation if you have any other remote employees (and even if you don’t).
If you have remote employees, these 75 minutes could be your best investment of the year. Get your copy of Setting the Rules for Remote Work now!
Pat DiDomenico, Editorial Director
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