As featured in #WorkforceWednesdayThis week, we look at the business, legal, and tax implications of making decisions on a trend that’s here to stay: remote work.

Important Considerations for Remote and Hybrid Work Policies

Employers across the country are crafting new policies around remote and hybrid work environments, with some employers even adopting work-from-anywhere policies. What business, legal, and tax considerations should be factored in? Joel Eisenreich, Principal at Deloitte Tax LLP, and Epstein Becker Green attorney Adam Tomiak tell us more.

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What Should Employers Do When a Worker Tests Positive for COVID-19?

The steps to follow when an employee tests positive for COVID-19 have shifted over time. SHRM provides a handy refresher on the current best practices and spoke with attorney Jennifer Barna about continuing screening questions.

NLRB/FTC Team Up on Non-Competes

Despite the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in West Virginia v. EPA that agencies must have “clear congressional authorization” to decide issues of major economic and political significance, the National Labor Relations Board and Federal Trade Commission have announced that they will work together to address certain issues affecting the labor market, including regulating non-competes.

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Employment Law This Week® gives a rundown of the top developments in employment and labor law and workforce management in a matter of minutes every #WorkforceWednesday.

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