Employees want, need and sometimes demand workplace flexibility. Remote working, telecommuting and work-at-home arrangements embrace work/life balance but can also bring legal questions, worker inequities and sometime, performance challenges. Employers can be left to navigate multi-state compliance issues, workers compensation, geographic pay differentials, FLSA, paid sick leave, business travel (versus commuting expenses) and a host of other challenges in order to attract and keep a productive workforce.
If you have or are considering a remote worker policy, join us and our panel of thought leaders.
Name: Mark Goldstein
Organization: New York Office of Reed Smith
Bio: Mark is a partner in the New York office of Reed Smith and a member of the firm’s Labor & Employment Group. Mark has experience drafting telecommuting agreements, evaluating flexibility arrangements, assessing the individual and corporate tax implications of remote work, time recording and other remote working issues.
Name: Martin Rule
Organization: Ernst & Young
Title: Senior Manager
Bio: Martin is a Senior Manager at Ernst & Young, is a tax and payroll professional with experience related to employee benefit plans, employment tax planning and compliance.
Name: Jessica Adams
Organization: Brad's Deals
Title: VP of People
Bio: Jessica returns to HRMAC after engaging audiences at HRMAC Summit. Jessica will share innovative practices used to engaged work-from-home colleagues.
Name: Josh Shenk
Organization: Alight Solutions
Title: HR Senior Specialists-Total Rewards
Bio: Josh is an HR Senior Specialist-Total Rewards with Alight Solutions, is an HR professional, runner and father. He has been a part of Alight Solutions, a business process outsourcing company based in Lincolnshire, for 10+ years. His career began in customer care, was a featured speaker at the UAW Benefits conference in Detroit, MI, and now supports the Total Rewards function at Alight. As a father and HR professional he understands the need for work/life balance and promotes benefits that allow colleagues to find their balance.
Name: Alex Lyubelsky
Title: Principal Talent Advisor
Bio: Alex is a Principal Talent Advisor with Oracle, has been a successful remote worker for 10+ years. Alex will share how remote working can be rewarding, productive and successful.
This program is pending approval for 1.5 credit hour towards PHR/SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) as well as 1.5 professional development credit (PDC's) toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP certification.
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