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The ICEman Cometh – Complying with I-9 and E-Verify Regulations
November 1 @ 1:00 pm - December 1 @ 10:00 am CDT$150
The cost of not properly completing I-9 forms can be very high.
This means increased fines for violators. In addition to increasing the number of inspections, Immigration and Customs Enforcement has also nearly doubled the fines for incorrect I-9 forms to $224 to $2,236 per incorrect I-9 form. The amount of the fine depends upon the percentage of incorrect I-9 forms.
Compliance is actually easy if you know what to do. Unfortunately, many organizations do not take the time to learn how to properly complete an I-9 form. The forms are also changed every few years.
Don’t let your company become a statistic by attending this webinar.
This Webinar will prepare you for such an audit by reviewing the correct way to complete an I-9 form and review current I-9 forms for accuracy.
Why Should You Attend
The number of companies that were totally in compliance in the presenter’s 20 years of conducting I-9 Audits is a big fat ZERO.
It is vital that companies get a sense of their compliance picture by ensuring they are:
» Using the correct Form I-9’s
» Filling out the forms correctly and completely
» Copying the correct documents and determining if it is necessary to copy documents at all.
» Keeping proper records
» Updating temporary work visas
» Not hiring employees who do not have proper documents
» Communicating properly to employees and new hires?
» Auditing their I-9’s and know how to make corrections
Areas Covered in the Session
» Using the correct form
» 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
» ICE Worksite Investigations Have Surged
» Employer Responsibilities
» Review of I-9 Forms, E-Verify and Common Mistakes
» Implementing a Follow-Up for Temporary Work Authorizations
» Determining Internal Practices on Retaining I-9 Forms
» Conducting a Self Audit and Correcting Mistakes
» Action Items
Who Will Benefit
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
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