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Concurrent Session
Designing Remote Work Policies with Immigration and Tax Considerations in Mind
In-Person and Virtual Wednesday 03/30/2022 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM   Add to calendar
Workplace Application:
Attendees will learn of their compliance considerations as they develop hybrid and remote work policies to recruit and retain employees 

As companies contemplate return to work policies, including hybrid, remote and work-from-anywhere arrangements, employers should be aware of immigration and tax considerations. Balancing employee expectations in a competitive labor market with compliance obligations can be complex. In this presentation, our experts will share what you need to know for robust foreign national recruiting that complies with immigration requirements and avoids unintended tax consequences.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how hybrid and remote work policies can complicate immigration compliance.
  • Learn how hybrid and remote work can carry various unintended tax consequences.
  • Learn steps to stay in immigration compliance while offering flexible work policies that attract skilled workers in a competitive labor market.
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Josiah Curtis, Partner,
Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP
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Maria DeLapp, Partner,
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Sean Trotman, Principal,
Deloitte Tax LLP