The COVID-19 pandemic ushered in a major shift from occasional telecommuting to nearly ubiquitous remote work. The dramatically increased prevalence of employees working from wherever they are introduces new legal compliance hurdles. Some employers have not yet fully contemplated the implications of having employees work predominantly off-premises.
If employment laws were all the same nationwide, remote work would be much easier to manage. However, each state has its own “workplace” regulations in addition to federal standards. New York is one of the most restrictive states for employers, and the impact of its policies on the remote workforce is receiving unprecedented attention.
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