U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) released a revised I-9 Form on November 14th, 2016. Designed to reduce errors, the revised form might still leave your organization at risk if you are not prepared to manage the changes. Watch our on-demand webinar to learn how to keep your Human Resources department free of I-9 compliance issues.
New I-9 Form Compliance
USCIS issued a two-month grace period for employers to start using the revised form. Employers using the old form after January 21st, 2017 risk being out of compliance. Starting January 22nd , 2017, HR teams have to update their processes to handle the new form.
Common I-9 Mistakes
As HR Professionals know, there are several mistakes that can lead to compliance issues with the I-9 Form. In addition to utilizing an incorrect version of the form, a common mistake is the lack of proper methods for retaining and storing I-9 forms. Leading HR organizations often utilize technology like PeopleDoc to help manage the retention and storage of HR documents, and to easily pull reports and relevant documents to prove compliance.
To learn about the changes to the I-9 form and how to manage compliance and reduce risk in HR, watch our webinar “The New I-9 Form: Are You Ready?” with Eric S. Bord, Compliance Expert and Partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, and with Arnaud Gouachon, Chief Legal & Compliance Officer at PeopleDoc.