HR Toolkit Series Part 3 – Key Considerations for Employers: Operating in the Remote Work Environment
Holland & Knight Webinar
Please join attorneys Kelly-Ann Cartwright and Lisa Kohring of Holland & Knight's Labor, Employment and Benefits Group as we continue our four-part HR Toolkit Series. See below for more details and registration information for Part 3 in this series.
Part 3: Key Considerations for Employers: Operating in the Remote Work Environment
Our presenters will discuss several topics that have emerged as the hybrid workplace has flourished, including the increase in workplace virtual sexual harassment and the online disinhibition phenomenon, tax considerations for employing remote workers, and workers' compensation coverage for remote work injuries. The presentation will cover topics such as:
- understanding and preventing virtual sexual harassment
- liability for workers' compensation claims arising at the employee's home office
- employer implications for income and unemployment taxes for remote employees
- reenforcing policies and procedures in the hybrid workplace
- monitoring productivity while protecting confidentiality
We hope you can join us for this highly informative presentation.
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