2020 was a year of unprecedented worker mobility. As Colorado employers return to the office, many are learning that their Colorado-based employees have wandered: from Moab to Miami, with some as far as Manila. And as temperatures rise, remote employees are taking the opportunity to work from “auxiliary” home offices, even for a short-term change of scenery. What happens when you learn your employee will be working from her family home in Hermosa Beach for the summer? Or when your employee moved permanently to Honolulu? While this certainly presents issues in returning to a physical office, it also presents compliance issues given that the application of most employment laws is based on the geographic location of the worker. Of course, Colorado also has special equal pay transparency laws applicable to any employees performing work in Colorado, even if they are classified as remote workers.
Littler attorneys present a lively discussion of the challenges wandering workers pose to Colorado employers, practical insights into the future of managing a remote workforce, and ways employers can embrace flexibility without compromising compliance.
About the Series
Presented on the first Wednesday of each month for a quick, 30-minute update to keep you in the know. Littler Denver attorneys and our guest speakers will cover the issues Colorado employers face every day. Each month’s session will include discussions on labor and employment trends, legal updates and compliance strategies. We will wrap up each webinar with a 15-minute Q&A session.
9:00 - 9:45 a.m. PT
10:00 - 10:45 a.m. MT
11:00 - 11:45 a.m. CT
12:00 - 12:45 p.m. ET