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Tips For Employing Remote Workers During A Pandemic - On-Demand

Tips For Employing Remote Workers During A Pandemic - On-Demand

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Tips For Employing Remote Workers During A Pandemic - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Remote work arrangements can present compliance issues under employment, benefits, and immigration laws. Join us for this webinar, which will provide tips for employers that employ or are looking to employ remote employees.


The coronavirus crisis has forced some employers to try out remote work arrangements whenever possible, whether they were ready to do so or not (and many are not).

Remote work arrangements can present compliance issues under employment, benefits, and immigration laws. Join us for this webinar, which will provide tips for employers that employ or are looking to employ remote employees.

At the conclusion of this program, participants will learn:

  • What to consider when deciding whether to accept an employee’s request to work remotely
  • What extent an employer must reimburse remote employees for expenses
  • How to decide whether to adopt a remote work policy, whether to enter into a remote work agreement with each remote employee, or both
  • Benefits considerations for remote employees
  • How to handle Form I-9 for remote employees

About Your Presenters

Michael J. MacLean        

Michael J. MacLean -- Mike has been advising employers and fiduciaries on employee benefit and executive compensation design, strategy and compliance matters for over 28 years. Mike has significant experience helping companies and executives design and implement executive and incentive compensation arrangements, including deferred compensation, equity incentive, and severance/retention programs.

Tareen Zafrullah Tareen Zafrullah – Tareen counsels employers in employment law matters, specializing in wage and hour issues and employee handbooks. Tareen  orks on matters involving the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), restrictive covenants, employee/independent contractor classification, and state and local employment law compliance.

Sari Long Sari Long – Sari Long helps clients who are crossing borders with immigration, I-9 compliance and worksite enforcement issues. She advises on U.S. employment-based immigrant and nonimmigrant visas and labor certifications filed before the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).