WORKSHOP SNAPSHOT: Learn how to spot and correct Form I-9 errors and avoid discrimination claims related to immigration enforcement in your workplace.
Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has released yet another revision to the Form I-9 for employment eligibility verification effective September 18, 2017.
Additionally, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) continues to focus enforcement efforts on national origin and religious discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII).
Now, more than ever, employers must get a handle on complex reporting requirements for immigrant employees and protections for employees based on citizenship and immigration status, and understand their company’s legal obligations and rights concerning language-restrictive policies, language fluency requirements, and what is required to accommodate national origin and religious traditions or practices.
During this one-day comprehensive training, you’ll get answers to critical questions on:
- How to manage Form I-9 practices, including recordkeeping, employment verification, document destruction, and more
- How to self-audit your workplace’s employment verification documentation practices and Form I-9 completion methods to ensure that you’re not at risk for costly fines and penalties
- What to do in the event of an ICE inspection or, worse, a raid
- How to manage employees’ and their families’ concerns about Form I-9 audits, ICE investigations, and more
- How to train supervisors and managers on what not to say or do, so you can minimize the risk of national origin, religious, or citizenship-based discrimination claims under Title VII and IRCA
- And much more, including live Q&A with skilled immigration attorneys!
Learn more and register here: http://store.hrhero.com/i-9-compliance-and-immigration-enforcement-092717