WEBINAR

The hybrid workplace: Operational, legal, and tax considerations for employers

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The Details
Almost two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, and with the emergence of new variants, it looks like a remote or hybrid workplace is here to stay. As we enter 2022, it is critical that employers crafting work-from-home strategies and policies take certain operational, legal, and tax implications into consideration to facilitate a smooth transition into this hybrid world.

Join team members from Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook, and Cooper; Consilium Partners; and CohnReznick as we dive into key topics including:
  • Hybrid and payroll
    • What employment laws apply, and information about FLSA guidance on remote work
    • What do employers need to know about remote working nexus considerations?
    • Matters pertaining to payroll tax, entity income tax, sales tax, unemployment insurance tax, excise tax, etc.
    • Key concerns around organizational culture: collaboration, recruitment, and retention
    • Thinking through changes in technology, geography, workspace, liabilities, and extent of transformation
  • Employee misclassification concerns
    • Who is an employee vs. an independent contractor, and consequences of misclassification
    • Other remote work nexus considerations for employees, including payroll tax, resident tax credits, and income tax residency considerations
  • Vaccines: Mandates, exemptions, and federal vs. state preemption

This webinar is anticipated to qualify for 1 CPE credit in the Specialized Knowledge field of study.

Please note the webinar will be played through your web browser. Speakers or a headset is required.
Lance Rothenberg, JD, LLM
Director, State and Local Tax Practice, CohnReznick
Speaker
Richard Mirliss
Managing Member & Consulting Practice Leader, Consilium Partners, an affiliate of CohnReznick, LLP
Speaker
Lisa Gingeleskie, Esq.
Attorney, Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook and Cooper, P.C.
Speaker
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CPE Information
Live event participants can earn up to 1 CPE credit in the Specialized Knowledge field of study.

Program description: Join team members from Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook, and Cooper; Consilium Partners; and CohnReznick as they discuss work-from-home strategies and policies employers should take into consideration to facilitate a smooth transition into a hybrid world.

Program level: Intermediate

Prerequisites: Current or past experience with state and local tax related issues.

Advanced Preparation: None

Topics to be discussed include:
  • Hybrid and payroll
  • Employee misclassification concerns
  • Vaccines: Mandates, exemptions, and federal vs. state preemption

Instructional Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

Who Should Attend: Those interested in learning more about insights on payroll, employee misclassification, vaccine mandates and exemptions, and other concerns for remote or hybrid workforces.

Official NASBA sponsor statement, if an approved NASBA sponsor (explaining final authority of acceptance of CPE credits):

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