2018 I-9 Reporting and Compliance Update – Documents and Policies that Ensure ICE Compliance
The government takes employment eligibility seriously today, more than ever before. Organizations cannot risk clerical mistakes or lack of knowledge on the laws pertaining to I-9 compliance. This webinar will explain how to stay compliant with the law regarding the provisions of the IRCA and the related I-9 regulations to avoid lawsuits, significant fines and even criminal penalties.
Course "A+ on I-9 Reporting - Documents and Policies that Ensure ICE I-9 Compliance" has been pre-approved by HRCI as eligible for 1 credits towards a participant's recertification upon full completion.
In 1986, in an effort to control illegal immigration, Congress passed the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA). IRCA forbids employers from knowingly hiring individuals who do not have work authorization in the United States.
Why Should You Attend:
We know that we need an I-9 form for each individual who works for us. But are you sure about the procedures to follow to fill out I-9 forms? Would you like to learn what you need to do to pass an I-9 audit with an A+?
This course will take participants through the compliance obligations given under the IRCA, best practices to conduct a self-audit of your I-9 forms, storage and retention of I-9 forms, and when to re-verify.
Other key learnings and takeaways from this webinar will include:
How to avoid violating the I-9 anti-discrimination provision
Meeting the latest requirements for e-verification programs
Differentiating technical violations from substantive violations
Areas Covered in the Webinar:
- Compliance obligations under IRC
- How to conduct a self-audit of your I-9 forms
- How to properly correct errors or missing data on the I-9 forms
- How to accurately complete an I-9 form to determine worker identity and eligibility
- Storage and retention of I-9 forms
- Best practices for I-9 compliance
- Who can help a new hire fill out section 1 on the I-9 form
- How to avoid personal liability when you sign an I-9 form
- Who is not required to complete an I-9 form
- Examining documents genuineness
- Receipt rule
- Copying documents
- When to re-verify
Who Will Benefit
- Human Resources professionals
- Payroll Professionals
- Compliance officers
- New managers or supervisors
- Business owners
- Anyone responsible for completing I-9 forms for their companies