Legally Compliant Work-From-Home Policies

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Legally Compliant Work-From-Home Policies

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Learn how to build a clear and complete work-from-home policy that is legally compliant.


During COVID businesses around the world adapted and instituted remote work for large portions of their workforce, many for the very first time. Post-COVID – many firms have decided to keep or are struggling to adjust to hybrid in-person and remote work schedules. As businesses adjust to the new normal where portions, if not all of their workforce will remain remote, they need to adopt policies to govern how and under what circumstances work can be performed in the home. Legally Compliant Work-From-Home Policies will provide you with an overview and what to include as part of a remote work policy. The program will cover what issues to consider and how best to implement a written policy that protects the interests of your business while capitalizing on the flexibility afforded to remote workers. We will review the elemental parts to include in any remote policy and identify 5 traps for the unwary when drafting a policy. Lawyers and HR professionals will gain important insights and how to address the ever-evolving way in which we work. Please join us and add a useful tool to your repertoire in how to manage the modern workplace.


Learning Objectives

  • You will be able to discuss remote work policies.
  • You will be able to explain elements of a remote work policy.
  • You will be able to review potential wage and hour issues.
  • You will be able to identify multistate liability issues.

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2024-04-30 @ 01:00 PM to
2024-04-30 @ 02:00 PM

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