ADP | 1 CPE | Multistate compliance considerations for a remote/hybrid workforce
Multistate compliance for remote workers continues to be a hot-button issue as states pass laws, workforces become more geographically dispersed and employers realize their obligations are multistate regardless of where their headquarters are located. Employers who unknowingly acquire compliance requirements in new jurisdictions due to remote-worker relocations face risks related to tax, wage and hour, and more.
Join us and get critical insights and potential strategies on key compliance considerations in remote/hybrid work arrangements, such as:
- The multistate tax implications of the increasingly remote/mobile workforce
- What constitutes a “remote” employee, and how various state and local laws may apply
- Payroll tax implications, such as when and where to initiate state withholding tax payments
- Business income tax nexus that remote employees may create
- Audit and other regulatory risks, and how states become aware of remote employees.
- Potential best practices that some employers have implemented
ADP remains at the forefront of helping employers understand the complex compliance, financial, and strategic issues surrounding workforce management. Tap into our expertise to ensure you’re in the best shape possible for future workplace compliance changes that may come about along the way.