Organizations across the country are suffering the consequences of innocent mistakes made regarding employment verification and other immigration laws. Are you confident that your organization is in full compliance with federal immigration laws, or do you risk being assessed costly fines — or worse — for potential violations?
Immigration law is one of the most pertinent and publicized issues in the United States right now. Businesses across all industries and of all sizes are being affected. More than ever before, the courts are penalizing organizations like yours — and people like you — for failing to comply with complex and ever-changing immigration regulations.
It can be difficult to keep up with all of the most current information concerning immigration regulations, including the most recent employment verification rules and I-9 form changes. Violating federal law and risking huge repercussions for yourself and your organization is not an option. In this informative one-hour program, you'll get the information you need to ensure your organization is correctly filling out the I-9 form correctly for each employee, collecting proper documentation and complying with recordkeeping best practices.
What You'll Learn
- Why it's critical to undertake an internal audit of your I-9 records now
- The penalties for I-9 forms missing signatures, dates or box checkmarks
- How to properly correct I-9 form errors
- Mandatory time frames for completing each section of the I-9
- When a new hire must provide you with his/her social security number
- Tips for properly verifying employee eligibility through documentation
- Options for re-verifying information or updating re-hire information in Section 3
- Which documents are required by the new I-9 for verifying identity and work eligibility
- Strategies to avoid becoming personally liable for signing the I-9
- Up-to-date information on the e-Verify program
- BONUS: Fill-in-the-blank forms that will help you reduce and avoid penalties
Who Will Benefit
HR professionals, managers and supervisors, small business owners and anyone who is responsible for hiring and ensuring employment verification compliance within your organization will benefit from the information provided in this webinar!