UNDERSTAND HOW TO CONDUCT AN INTERNAL I-9 AUDIT, H 2017 - Internal I-9 Audits – Every Employer Needs One -By AtoZ Compliance
Website http://www.atozcompliance.com/trainings-webinar/banking-financial-services/accounting-taxation/immig |
Deadline: February 08, 2017 | Date: February 08, 2017
Venue/Country: Online, U.S.A
Updated: 2017-01-09 18:10:12 (GMT+9)
Call For Papers - CFPKey Take Away :This webinar will take you through how to conduct an internal I-9 compliance audit in order to not engage in discrimination and what to do when I-9 forms are missing, incomplete or have errors and will cover the Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE)/ Office of Special Counsel (OSC) guidance on how to conduct an internal I-9 audit.Overview :This webinar will discuss the importance of an internal I-9 audit on a regular basis – preferably on a yearly basis or certainly every two to three years, depending on the number of employees hired on a yearly basis. This webinar will cover how to conduct an internal I-9 audit in order to not engage in discrimination and what to do when I-9 forms are missing, incomplete or have errors. This will also cover the Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE)/Office of Special Counsel (OSC) guidance on how to conduct an internal I-9 audit and also discuss the new I-9 form, which is effective January 22, 2017, and what changes are in the new I-9 form, including a “smart” form version.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.Learning Objectives :The objectives of the webinar are:To discuss the necessity of internal I-9 audits How to resolve issue found in internal I-9 auditsHow to perform an internal I-9 audit without discriminationTo learn about the new I-9 form.Who Will Benefit :HR ProfessionalsCompliance OfficersPayroll staffIn – house counselOwners For more information, please visit : http://www.atozcompliance.com/trainings-webinar/banking-financial-services/accounting-taxation/immigration-reform-control-act-and-i9-compliance/bruce-e-buchanan/300211Email: email@example.com Toll Free: +1- 844-414-1400Tel: +1-516-900-5509Level: IntermediateSpeakers Profile :Bruce E. BuchananBruce E. Buchanan is a partner at Sebelist Buchanan Law PLLC with offices in Nashville and Atlanta, where he primarily represents employers in all aspects of immigration law, with a special emphasis on employer immigration compliance, as well as employment law matters. Mr. Buchanan received his law degree from the Vanderbilt University School of Law in 1982. He served as senior trial specialist for the National Labor Relations Board for 20 years. Mr. Buchanan also served for 12 years as Adjunct Professor at William H. Bowen UALR School of Law. He went into private practice in 2003 and formed his own law firm in late 2015.
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