Top I-9 Compliance Considerations for Employers
I-9 Compliance Challenge
It’s no secret that the Form I-9 can be a thorn in any employer’s side, and given changing regulations, complex requirements, and potential fines; it is becoming more and more critical and difficult for these organizations to manage this seemingly simple form.
HR professionals have a number of I-9 compliance challenges when it comes to onboarding new hires. Between different locations, high turnover, finding qualified candidates, managing certifications, and being prepared for audit; it’s an important challenge for new hire paperwork to be completed accurately and on-time.
I-9 Best Practices
You’ll find that there isn’t a shortage of best practices aimed at mitigating employment risks, but many times these lists are daunting, and let’s face it – HR professionals have a lot on their plates. So, we’ve narrowed it down to the top three basic steps organizations can take as part of a good faith effort in complying with Form I-9 requirements.
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