As short-term seasonal employees return to their jobs, the completion of the Form I-9 for these temporary workers may cause employers confusion or uncertainty. Yet, not unlike any other employee, temporary seasonal workers who are here for the summer also require completed I-9 forms.
When it comes to E-Verify, unionized employers have to be aware of how much power their unions have over how the company uses the background verification system.
NetJets Services Inc. recently settled with the Department of Justice following claims the Berkshire Hathaway Inc. subsidiary violated the Immigration and Nationality Act by discriminating against certain individuals during the hiring process.
A produce company called Frio County Partners Inc. was recently fined more than $10,000 following alleged Form I-9 violations.
One regional publication described Texas companies as operating under the "honor system" regarding E-Verify use, as the state's position on the background verification system remains cloudy.
An administrative law judge for the Office of the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer found Minneapolis, Minnesota-based International Packaging Inc. mostly liable for a series of Form I-9 violations.