Hiring in a Remote World: Issue Spotting For Employers

Employees are more likely than ever to be working down the street, across the state, or even across the country from their employers’ offices. Employers, in turn, are seeing new opportunities to cast a talent net not limited by geography. In this new remote landscape, employers may inadvertently encounter local laws or rules that differ from those on their home turf. Brooks Pierce attorneys Tricia Goodson and Jessi Thaller-Moran discuss the potential legal issues employers may face when hiring employees to work across state lines.

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