How to Avoid Losing Your Remote . . . Workforce
This session will provide information relevant to HR professionals and employers, including written remote work policies, possible obligations that come with having out-of-state remote workers, common wage and hour issues related to remote work, monitoring remote workers, cybersecurity risks posed by more employees working from home, the impact of remote work on company culture, and an open Q&A.
- Craft a written remote work policy for your organization.
- Fulfill the obligations that come with out-of-state remote workers. Manage common wage and hour issues related to remote work.
- Monitor remote workers and cybersecurity risks.
- Recognize the impact of remote work on company culture.
Attorney at Wright Lindsey Jennings
Daveante Jones is a Labor & Employment attorney at Wright Lindsey Jennings. He helps employers build healthy and compliant workplaces by learning the unique features of their businesses and providing practical and tailored advice regarding: • Employment agreements & personnel policies; • Employee & management training; • Day-to-day issues like accommodation & leave requests, disciplinary action & termination decisions; • Internal, and state & federal agency investigations; • Internal wage audits to ensure compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act & other civil rights laws; and • State & federal court lawsuits—including class & collective actions—involving claims under civil rights and wage & hour laws, and claims related to employment agreements, covenants not to compete & trade secrets. Daveante regularly speaks and writes about ADA/FMLA, wage and hour issues, trade secrets, the NLRA and remote work.