Top Three I-9 Compliance Considerations for Healthcare
It’s no secret that the Form I-9 can be a thorn in any employer’s side, and given regulations and business issues frequently faced by healthcare organizations, it is becoming more and more difficult for these organizations to manage this seemingly simple form.
HR professionals in the Healthcare industry have a number of challenges when it comes to new hires. Between different locations, high turnover, finding qualified candidates, managing certifications, and working in the confinements of one of the most tightly regulated industries, it’s a true challenge for new hire paperwork to be completed accurately and on-time.
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 in Healthcare have a lot on their plates. So, we’ve narrowed it down to the top three basic steps Healthcare organizations can take as part of a good faith effort for complying with Form I-9 requirements.
Download our Guide of the Top Three I-9 Compliance Considerations for Healthcare Organizations.
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