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

Recorded On: January 25, 2022.

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
Richard Mirliss
Managing Member & Consulting Practice Leader, Consilium Partners, an affiliate of CohnReznick, LLP
Lisa Gingeleskie, Esq.
Attorney, Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook and Cooper, P.C.
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