|Date:||April 26, 2017 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm|
|Timezone:||(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)|
|Location:||AtoZ Compliance. 2754 80th Avenue, New Hyde Park, NY, 11040, United States|
|Website for Event:||http://bit.ly/2iTCUwf|
Date: February 8th 2017| Time: 01:00 PM EST | 10:00 AM PST| Duration: 60 Minutes
Although, not required by law, it is recommended that every employer conducts an internal audit of Forms I-9 to ensure compliance in accordance with the employer sanctions provision of the INA. Remember that, internal audit should not be conducted on the basis of employee origin, citizenship or any other in vengeance against any employee, no matter what the reason is.
A Quick glance of this webinar:
In this webinar, attendees will learn the importance of an internal I-9 audit and how to conduct an internal I-9 audit and what to do when I-9 forms are missing, incomplete or have errors.
• Necessity of internal I-9 audits
Why Should You Attend:
There are many reasons to attend this webinar, especially since ICE and OSC have the authority to investigate and issue penalties to employers. These penalties can amount to tens of thousands of dollars. The speaker provides recent examples of penalties assessed by the Office of Chief Administration Hearing Officer (OCAHO) against various employers. Through an internal I-9 audit, employers can prevent and/or mitigate the penalties assessed by the agencies.
Areas Covered In This Webinar:
This webinar will cover a number of subject matter relevant to internal I-9 audits and the new I-9 form. These subjects will include: why should an employer conduct an internal I-9 audit, how often should an employer conduct an internal I-9 audit, who should perform the internal I-9 audit, how to conduct an I-9 internal audit, how to correct I-9 form errors, how to correct I-9 form omissions, what to do when you discover an employee does not have an I-9 form, what to do when you discover an employee is unauthorized to work, how to prevent claims of discrimination in an internal I-9 audit, recent penalties assessed by OCAHO to employers, what is the new I-9 form, what changes have been made with the new I-9 form and what is a “smart” I-9 form.
About the Speaker
As a partner at Sebelist Buchanan Law PLLC with offices in Nashville and Atlanta, speaker Bruce E. Buchanan represents employers in all aspects of immigration law and employment law matters. He has served as a senior trial specialist for the National Labor Relations Board for 20 years. He established his own law firm in 2015.
Thank you and look forward to having you with us.
|Contact Name:||AtoZ Compliance|