CGCC member company Littler cordially invites CGCC members to attend their upcoming webinar, “Not All Who Wander Are Lost: Managing Employee Relocation in the Era of Remote Work.”
Date/Time: Thursday, March 11th, 2:00pm ET
Audience capacity is limited — register soon.
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About the Event
American workers are on the move! According to one study, between 14 and 23 million Americans plan to relocate as a result of the opportunity for remote work presented by the shelter in place orders resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. But do employers know where their workers are? As the pandemic reaches the one-year mark, employers who hastily implemented mandatory remote work are faced with the reality that many of their employees have relocated to other jurisdictions – often without approval or any concrete plans to return. Most employment law requirements are based on the geographic location of the worker. When employees relocate, employers are confronted with a multitude of employment law compliance challenges, including:
- State income tax withholding
- Unemployment insurance
- Workers compensation
- Wage and hour law
- Leave and benefits
- International wandering and remote workers
- And more!
Join a multidisciplinary panel of Littler attorneys for a lively discussion of the current challenge of wandering workers, practical insights into the future of managing a remote workforce, and embracing flexibility without compromising compliance.
CGCC and Littler cordially invite you to attend the upcoming webinar, “COVID-19 in the U.S.:
Employment Law Changes and Challenges During the Pandemic.”
Date/Time: Tuesday, March 16th, 2:00pm – 3:15pm ET
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About the Event:
The pandemic may be slowing down, but legal issues surrounding it are heating up. Many employers, seeing a reduction in traditional work arrangements, are unfortunately finding it necessary to eliminate jobs. Additionally, employers are finding that they can operate well with remote workers, and are trying to adjust to that new normal. Finally, reintegrating employees into the workforce has its own challenges. Continuing challenges are social distancing, facemasks, COVID tests, leaves of absence, and discrimination. New and heightened risks include vaccination questions and government workplace inspections.
This program will provide an overview of these issues and best practices for avoiding liability.
CGCC member company BDO cordially invites CGCC members to attend an upcoming webinar, “Potential Pivots in Customs and International Trade: What You Need to Know About the U.S.-China Relationship.”
Date/Time: Tuesday, March 16th, 8:00pm – 9:00pm ET
*NOTE: This webinar will be conducted in Chinese*
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About the Event:
There are many factors to consider in U.S. customs compliance, including the Trump Administration’s imposed tariffs on certain Chinese-origin goods under Section 301. The tariff, which went into effect in July 2018, affected everything from meat to musical instruments — disrupting hundreds of billions of dollars’ worth of Chinese imports.
Join us for a webinar where we’ll examine current U.S. trade policy, including trade agreements and tariffs, and what a trade policy could look like under the new Biden administration. We’ll also discuss how to create a clearly defined strategy to help minimize the duty and fees owed for imported goods.
美国海关合规涉及多方面因素，包括美国对中国进口产品征收的301关税。其中部分关税最早于2018年7月生效，覆盖范围极广，涵盖从工业原料，到机械产品，再到日用消费品等总值超过数十亿美元的中国产品。欢迎加入我们的网络讲座。我们将讨论美国的现行贸易政策，包括贸易协定， 关税，以及拜登执政下的贸易新动向。 我们还会讨论如何合理设计避税方案最大程度降低关税影响。