Employment and Tax Implications Arising from Remote Employees



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The pandemic accelerated employees working remotely at an unprecedented speed and scale. With so many people now living and working in different locations, it is increasingly difficult for employers to keep track of employees’ locations, much less the states’ specific employment and tax laws.

In this webinar recording, Erica Horn, Dean Dorton Tax Associate Director, and Shannon Antle Hamilton, Stites & Harbison Chair of Employment Law, take you through state tax and employment law implications of remote work.
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