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Policies for Newly Distributed Workforces: How to Make the "New Office" Work

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In the aftermath of the pandemic, the nature of work has changed. Employees expect more flexibility. Working from home is no longer a special accommodation.

Employees expect to work remotely, either all of the time or some of the time. Even employers that prefer or require in-person work are having to adapt workplace policies to reflect working-from-home.

This program reviews the changing landscape of employment law as more employees work from home.

  • Revising employee handbooks to reflect flexible working schedules and remote work
  • Online harassment and discrimination when working from home
  • Security of work email, sensitive information, and files
  • Tracking time worked and measuring productivity – does this work?
  • "Hoteling" issues – when employees share office space on a rotating basis


  • William J. Kelly III

    William J. Kelly III is a founding member of Kelly & Walker LLC in Denver and has more than 25 years' experience in the areas of employment and commercial litigation. In the area of employment law, he litigates trade secret, non-compete, infringement and discrimination claims in federal and state courts nationwide and has advised Fortune 50 companies on workplace policies and practices. In the area of commercial litigation, his experience includes class action litigation, breach of contract and indemnity, mass-claim complex insurance litigation, construction litigation and trade secrets.

    Earlier in career, William founded 15 Minutes Music, an independent music production company.

    William earned his B.A. from Tulane University and his J.D. from St. Louis University School of Law.

    Click here for more information about William.

February 14, 2023
Tue 1:00 PM EST

Duration 1H 0M

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