woman at laptop in her homeEmployers should consider implementing policies and procedures thatprotect both their employees from being compelled to work overtimeand themselves from being on the receiving end of overtime claims.(Photo: Shutterstock)

When state and local governments in Pennsylvania, New Jersey,and Delaware began issuing stay-at-home orders in response to theCOVID-19 pandemic, many workers fortunate enough to still beemployed suddenly found themselves working from home.

Such an abrupt and dramatic shift has triggered uncertainty foremployers and their employees, and is presenting unique challengesfor both groups.

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