Many businesses saw their workforces turn remote during the pandemic, with some permitting employees to work from anywhere. These remote "work from anywhere" arrangements may have been viewed as temporary at first, but with many employees expressing interest in permanent out-of-state remote work arrangements, your business must consider whether it is complying with state and federal law if it is endorsing such new, permanent arrangements. This article covers some basic compliance issues, but there are others: foreign entity registration, worker's compensation, wage and hour, and required disclosures, to name a few. Make sure you are paying attention to these important considerations.