Atlanta partners Brandon Moulard and Nina Gupta, with associate Jeff Daniel, will virtually present "Remote-Work Policies after COVID: The New Normal or Pandemic Experiment" on April 20.
With declining cases and widespread access to vaccines, colleges, universities, and school districts must soon decide whether to allow their employees to continue working remotely or require them to return to the office full-time. Employers that choose to keep remote-work policies may face daunting challenges. Education institutions must determine if they have the resources and staff to make permanent remote work feasible. Geographically dispersed employees can lead to tax liability in multiple states. Reliance on electronic communications increases the risk of lax information security and data breaches. And employers must grapple with monitoring the performance of remote employees, along with mentoring, advancement, and equitable compensation.
This complimentary webinar will help your school or college tackle the challenges of long-term remote-work policies, including:
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
12:30 - 1:30 p.m. EDT
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