Hiring Employees in New States
A Step by Step Guide
This tactical guide shows you exactly how to hire remote workers from all over the country.
Remote work understandably saw an uptick at the beginning of the pandemic, but now it’s here to stay.
By the end of 2022, 25% of all professional jobs will be fully remote. And that already staggeringly high number doesn’t even include hybrid employees!
So regardless of any pros, cons, questions, or concerns, one thing is for certain — you’re going to have to become a subject matter expert on how to manage existing employees moving or hiring remotely in new states.
And this free guide is your instruction manual on what to do when those employees are located in a different state.
Download the guide and discover:
- State registration requirements: what they are, why they matter so much, and how they differ from state to state,
- The limitations on what you can request from potential employees (some will really throw you off track!)
- 5 checkboxes you must tick if you decide to move forward with a new hire,
- 7 laws that differ from state to state that you’ll need to keep in mind while hiring,
- What your employee handbook will need to include if you have out-of-state employees — and the four different versions you can choose from,
- How to craft an offer letter to someone from another state — and the tricky reason you need to pay extra close attention,
- And much more!
Download the free guide, Hiring Employees in New States: A Step by Step Guide, today to instantly increase your candidate pool and make hiring out-of-state employees a breeze.
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