Events

What Employers Need to Know about I-9 Compliance

March 15, 2019
Seminars

Register for this free training on the events page at www.scrantonchamber.com.

Every employer (even those with only a single employee) must properly complete and maintain I-9s for all employees. Despite its appearance as a “simple form,” accurately completing I-9s can be challenging. Even employers with the best of intentions and a desire to be legally compliant typically make a fair number of errors when completing I-9s. Failure to maintain I-9 compliance, including even basic unintentional errors when completing the I-9 form, can result in substantial fines. By keeping current with best practices and conducting periodic internal auditing, employers can elevate I-9 compliance and reduce the risk of an unfavorable government audit and resulting fines. This session will provide an overview of and practical guidance regarding when I-9s must be completed, how to properly complete and maintain I-9s, which documents are acceptable to confirm employee identify and work eligibility for I-9 purposes, when to purge/destroy I-9s pertaining to former employees, and how to conduct periodic internal I-9 audits and correct errors.

Credits
CLE – 1.5 hours
SHRM – 1.5 hours
HRCI – 1.5 hours

McNees is pleased to partner with the Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce to present the complimentary Business Breakfast Briefing (B3) Training Series.

The McNees B3 Training Series is free of charge to members of the Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce. Complimentary breakfast and parking vouchers will be provided.

RELATED PROFESSIONALS

Joseph Sileo

Related Practices

Labor and Employment