SixFifty Webinar May 12, 2022, at 10am MST
Airbnb just went all-in on remote work, allowing its employees to live and work from anywhere. While this move increases the company’s access to talent and improves employee flexibility, it also comes with a mountain of legal complexities. In this webinar, we will discuss the legal issues companies with remote workforces need to consider, including business and tax registration, new hire reporting, handbook policies for remote workforces, and how to craft employment agreements for remote workers.
You will learn:
- Which state’s employment laws govern a company’s relationship with a remote employee
- What legal considerations do companies need to be aware of when transitioning to a remote working environment
- How to draft employment policies and agreements for a remote workforce
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General Counsel, VP Legal Products @SixFifty
Marie Kulbeth is the General Counsel of SixFifty and the co-director of BYU LawX, a legal design lab dedicated to solving access to justice problems. Before SixFifty, Marie served as an assistant dean at BYU Law School, where she built a diversity recruiting program. Her work with SixFifty and LawX shows that law can be less complicated, and more equitable for both companies and individuals. On the Legal Products side of our business, Marie concentrates her focus on Privacy and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
VP of Legal Product @SixFifty
Adrienne Jack is Vice President of Legal Product at SixFifty and works primarily on employment products, including return-to-work issues. She graduated from Northwestern Law and worked at the law firm Hogan Lovells in Washington D.C. for 5 years doing corporate, employment, and tax law before returning to her home state of Utah and joining SixFifty. She enjoys Taylor Swift, warm socks, and a good street taco.
Adam Wright, VP of Legal Product @ SixFifty
Adam Wright is Vice President of Legal Product at SixFifty and a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School. Prior to joining SixFifty, Adam served as a federal judicial law clerk and worked in private practice focusing on intellectual property, employment, and commercial litigation.