The cost of non-compliance with I-9 regulations is very expensive.
With the additional complications introduced by ICE, the costs of not complying with I-9 requirements will be even higher. high. Unfortunately, many organizations do not know the new regulations or do not take the time to learn how to properly complete an I-9 form.
It is vital that companies get a sense of their compliance picture, asking:
Why you should Attend:
- Are we using the correct Form I-9s?
- Do we and did we fill out the forms correctly?
- Do we copy the documents?
- Can we still hire employees who do not have proper documents?
- What can we communicate to our employees?
- How do we fix I-9's that were not completed correctly?
- How do we keep records of I-9 forms?
Areas Covered in the Session:
- The importance of understanding the requirements for completing I-9 Forms
- The Importance of understanding I-9 Compliance during COVID and what must be done after COVID
- The importance of the timeliness of completing I-9 forms
- Determining best practices for Electronic Recordkeeping of I-9 Forms
- Developing a follow-up mechanism for temporary work authorizations
- The differences between E-Verify and I-9 record keeping requirements
- Fines and penalties for non-compliance
- Conducting an I-9 Audit
Who Will Benefit:
- Using the correct form
- ICE Temporary Flexibility I-9 Requirements
- Penalties for not completing I-9’s Correctly or in a Timely Manner
- Determining if you want to use the “Smart” electronic I-9 or continue using paper and pen
- Completing I-9’s for Remote Employees
- Understanding I-9 Retention Requirements
- Conducting an Internal Audit
- Attaining Peace of Mind
- Next Steps
Any and all employees responsible for completing the new employee sign-up, orientation and on-boarding.
- Human Resources Professionals
- Employees required to sign up or the onboarding of new employees
- Payroll administrators
- Individuals responsible for maintaining personnel files
Bob McKenzie, has over 40 years of human resources management experience. His background includes a wide range of hands-on experience in all areas of Human resources management in all types of industries within the public and private sectors.
Bob has been cited in a number of Human Resources trade publications. Among them are HR.com, HR Magazine, HR Florida Review, Vault.com, BNA and the Institute of Management and Administration and the Business Journal. He has been a speaker at a number of conferences as well as audio and web-based seminars.
Bob is a graduate of Rider University where he received a Bachelor of Science in Commerce Degree and double majored in Industrial Relations and Organizational Behavior.