The future of business after the pandemic will likely be changed forever with regard to where employees will be working. Many employees after being sent home for a year or more will continue working from home and will not be returning to offices and other workplaces.
This is the next reality.
You should consider all of the following as business moves forward:
- How does your business protect itself against the exposure that telecommuting and hybrid work places present?
- What if an employee is working out of state and will never be present in the state in which your business primarily operates?
- What kind of written agreements between employer and employee do you have in place to make sure there is clear expectations and defined guidelines?
- Do you need to make upgrades to your workers comp policy to meet the needs of where employees are now working to make sure the employer and employee are properly protected?
- How can proper risk management be in place in a home office environment?
These questions and more should be discussed with your local independent insurance agent who specializes in workers comp protection.
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