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On-Demand Webinar: It’s Time to Adjust! Why Virtualization is Making Employee Engagement Drastically More Complex

NOTE: This webinar was recorded on December 9, 2020

A 2020 Gartner survey of finance executives reported that nearly 75% planned to make some of their workforce remote until 2021. Now, with the alarming rise in COVID cases being reported each day, the virtualization of America’s workforce may be extended well into 2021 and beyond, or become a permanent workforce strategy for many companies. The problem is, it’s just not that easy for organizations to accurately and effectively payroll and provide benefits for their employees in a virtual world, across multi-state and international borders. Adding to the challenge, momentous and highly-complex employment legislation has been written and signed into law at lightning-speed this year—many with negative and costly consequences for employers if ignored. And, with the obstacle course of new legislation like California’s Prop 22, COVID-related employment laws and state and industry-specific employment laws, correctly maneuvering through it all presents huge and unfamiliar hurdles to employers across all states. Join TalentWave’s compliance and employment experts as they cover the very topics keeping human resource leaders across the country up at night!

In this webinar you will learn:

  • What to consider when approached with requests from employees to work remotely from a state (or country) where your company is not set up to do business
  • How the scope and objectives of new employment legislation will change the way employers must engage with their remote employees
  • Why payrolling a virtual workforce is now more complicated than ever and what employers must know

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