All federal contractors must utilize the E-Verify system.Learn more about what your company can do to encourage I-9 compliance, and beneficial to examine the basic E-Verify rules pertaining to government contractors.
Georgia construction company is fined for Form I-9 violations. Worksite enforcement resulting in fines and penalties for organizations across the country is expected to continue to increase.
No good employer wants to hire an unauthorized worker or accept false documents, but we aren't all experts in the area of counterfeited legal papers. Sometimes false documents slip past the human resources department, and the law does not require you to have the ability to spot every fake.
Summer has come and the annual influx of high school and college students seeking temporary jobs has arrived. According to a study by Snagajob, 74 percent of employers in the hospitality, food services or retail industries have, or are seeking, to hire interim help for the summer.
Failing to appropriately address mistakes on federal documents or government systems, such as E-Verify, can lead to frustrating inconveniences and severe legal consequences.
One of the largest compliance mistakes we see companies making today when hiring a remote employee is failing to physically meet with the new hire in person to complete Section 2 of the Form I-9, within the required time frame of three days after hire.
Making Sure Your Form I-9s Are Compliant
This white paper provides useful insights on correcting mistakes, and will guide through best practices for conducting an internal I-9 audit. You'll also discover solutions to streamline the audit process.