Let’s face it: remote work is here to stay. What began as an across-the-board directive for most companies in early 2020 has now evolved into a need-to-have benefit to keep those same workplaces competitive when recruiting new talent.
Regardless of whether working remotely is full-time or a once in a while occurrence, any work-at-home opportunity could mean a change in location, some temporary, while others are permanent.
This is where things get tricky.
Luckily, in this guide we outline several key considerations small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) need to know when managing a multistate workforce, including how it affects taxes, payroll, compliance, recruiting, employee benefits, and company culture.
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