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The Top 7 Compliance Risks and How to Avoid Them

The Top 7 Compliance Risks and How To Avoid Them

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How many years’ worth of change can we cram into just one, 2020? Compliance is on everyone’s mind, especially as much of the workforce goes remote and so many new laws are emerging at the state and local levels.

Take taxes—employers file tax returns in states where they have at least one full time employee. Do they need to register in states where they employ remote workers? That depends on state and local laws. States have different legal views on data privacy, too. And expense reimbursements. And worker’s comp. And leave laws.

From underpreparing for remote work to assuming the way you recruit is legal, there are seven compliance risks in 2021 that HR and finance leaders need to be prepared for.

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