It has become increasingly common for employers to offer remote work arrangements to employees who work from home in states outside of the state where the employer’s offices are located. These arrangements can be beneficial to both employees and businesses alike. Employees get additional flexibility and save the time and money associated with commuting. Employers expand their available talent pool while saving money on office space and supplies. New technology has made it possible for employees to work from home without sacrificing productivity and accessibility. However, prior to hiring remote workers, there are various legal and practical implications that employers should consider.Click here to view the full article
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