Best Practices For I-9 Recordkeeping
All employers know they must complete an I-9 form for new hires, but based on the number of fines and penalties, not all know or accurately comply with the I-9 recordkeeping requirements.

First, the procedure for properly storing completed I-9s is different from typical procedures for other types of new-hire paperwork, and there is a very specific timeframe requirement for keeping I-9 forms with which employers must comply.

And with the increased frequency with which I-9 audits are occurring - and the staggering fines and other potential consequences associated with compliance problems - you can’t afford not to be sure that your recordkeeping practices are as they should be.

Learning Objectives

Attend this informative audio conference and learn what you need to know to establish an effective and compliant system for I-9 recordkeeping. By attending this training session, you and/or your team will earn:
  • The I-9 recordkeeping requirements
  • Step-by-step examples of a “best practice” system for I-9 recordkeeping compliance
  • Requirements for paper versus electronic recordkeeping
  • Avoiding potential EEO issues associated with I-9 recordkeeping
  • The role of payroll records in maintaining proper I-9 recordkeeping
  • Common I-9 recordkeeping mistakes to avoid
  • Recordkeeping tips to prepare for an I-9 audit 5755 North Point Parkway, Suite 228 | Alpharetta, GA 30022 | 770-410-9375 |
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