In the second episode of this two-part series, John Stretton and Rachel Mandel discuss the complexities surrounding the Family and Medical Leave Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act, including no fault attendance policies, benefits issues, suspected leave fraud, and other challenging situations.
In this podcast, Randle Pollard and Deborah Andrews discuss how working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic may affect employers’ state payroll tax obligations. The speakers cover how even temporary work-from-home situations, such as those imposed in response to emergency orders, may create a nexus with the employee’s home state, even if the employer does not have an office in that state. The speakers also consider other factors such as reciprocal tax agreements and the “convenience of the employer” rule.
In this podcast, Shareholder Kathy Dudley Helms—who represents a wide spectrum of employers, with a particular emphasis in the healthcare industry—and Of Counsel Val Butera—who focuses her practice on workplace safety and health matters—sit down with Jim McGrew, the firm’s Chief Client Services Officer to discuss the latest news, resources, and insights regarding monkeypox. The discussion includes tips for employers regarding their obligations—under the ADA, the FMLA, and OSHA’s workplace safety requirements—given the nature of monkeypox and its characteristics. The speakers also discuss issues that are on the forefront of employers’ minds as they consider policies regarding privacy, hygiene, travel, vaccine distribution, and protective gear.
In the fourth episode of the Global Solutions series by Ogletree Deakins’ Cross-Border practice group, Ceridwen Koski and Diana Nehro discuss the impact of United States presidential proclamations issuing travel restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, focusing on key considerations regarding immigration, tax law, employee benefits, intellectual property, and restrictive covenants.