Human Resources News & Insights

Answers to tricky HR questions: What’s the I-9 timetable?

Our team of experts fields real-life, everyday questions from HR managers and gives practical answers that can be applied by any HR pro in the same situation. Today’s question: What’s the deadline for completing I-9 forms for new hires?

Who won this case: Is employer liable for employee who submits stolen I-9 documentation?

If an applicant secures a job using stolen immigration documentation, is the employer liable? Read the dramatized version of this real-life case and see if you can determine the actual outcome.

Will E-Verify ‘improvements’ mean more discrimination lawsuits?

So-called improvements made to E-Verify may be making the program more appealing – to employees anxious to sue their employers.

180 more employers get I-9 inspection notices

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is pressing ahead with its I-9 inspection campaign. Last week, 180 companies in five states got inspection notices from ICE — the first employers to be targeted in 2010.

Kick off 2010 with these 6 compliance must-do’s

Legal experts recommend that every employer start the year with an six-part legal checkup to ensure compliance with current employment laws.

Feds announce new I-9 audits and fines

The first round of employer audits for I-9 infractions apparently went so well that Immigration and Customers Enforcement has decided to extend the audit program and reveal the fines for violations.

More I-9 audits, big fines: What HR needs to do now

The feds haven’t finished the first massive I-9 audit, and they’ve already announced a new round — this time targeting 1,000 employers.

I-9 'no-match' rules pushed aside in favor of E-Verify

Controversial rules regarding new hires’ I-9 forms have been scrapped by the feds, who will instead focus on widening the use of E-Verify.

I-9 ‘no-match’ rules pushed aside in favor of E-Verify

Controversial rules regarding new hires’ I-9 forms have been scrapped by the feds, who will instead focus on widening the use of E-Verify.

Who has to use E-Verify? Complete rundown

With the combination of a new federal rule and several state laws, many companies are currently required to enroll in E-Verify. Here’s a comprehensive list of who’s covered: