With most employees working remotely in the last year, the convenience of working at home, elimination of commute times, and more flexibility have become a top recruiting tool. With today’s technology, working remote has become more a reality without missing a beat.
However, what happens when an employee or top candidate is in a state where the employee does not have an office or other employees? There are several considerations to review for remote employees since taxation of wages and employer withholding generally is not linked to the state in which the employer has an office or facility, but where the employee lives.
If the remote location is new, employers should review specific guidelines and regulations such as;