Michael S. Kalt, a Wilson Turner Kosmo partner and employment law specialist, says managing workers remotely is becoming a key issue for employers as the work force becomes more adept at getting their jobs done with digital devices.

Michael S. Kalt, a Wilson Turner Kosmo partner and employment law specialist, says managing workers remotely is becoming a key issue for employers as the work force becomes more adept at getting their jobs done with digital devices. Photo by Stephen Whalen.

As new technologies make it easier for employees to do their jobs outside the traditional workplace, employers increasingly find themselves navigating through unfamiliar legal waters...

Emmet Pierce is a freelance writer for the San Diego Business Journal.

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