Understanding Recent I-9 Guidance
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, some of the normal protocols for onboarding new hires, including Form I-9 and E-Verify have been disrupted. Consequently, the Department of Homeland Security has issued some temporary guidelines offering flexibility around Form I-9 and Notice of Inspection (NOI) requirements. Our I-9 Management team has been monitoring the latest guidance related to I-9 changes and during this webinar, our experts will help provide information for some of the developments in employment eligibility verification along with other tips and best practices for Form I-9 management. Participants will learn about: Insight on some of the temporary Form I-9 guidance for Section 2 completion The extended timeframe for resolving E-Verify Tentative Nonconfirmation A review of recent changes to Form I-9 The new 60-day extension for NOI responses Some best practices related to Form I-9 management
Presented by Equifax Workforce Solutions
Senior Director, Product Management, Equifax
Jason Fry has over 15 years of experience in workforce compliance and regulatory enforcement. His expertise extends across the full spectrum of the HR lifecycle, from on-boarding to off-boarding. At Equifax Workforce Solutions, his primary role is to help align the product portfolio with customer needs and market opportunities, to bring relevant technologies and data insights to the HR marketplace. Jason is intimately familiar with state and federal tax programs affecting employers, and also focuses on compliance and risk mitigation for workforce regulatory issues. Earlier in his career, Jason worked for the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, Georgia State University’s College of Law, the Clayton County Solicitor General’s Office and a private civil litigation law firm. Jason received his law degree from Georgia State University and is a member of the State Bar of Georgia.
Director of Legal Compliance for EWS Employee Services
For more than fourteen years, Gordon has served as the Director of Legal Compliance for EWS Employee Services, which include I-9 Management, and new hire processes. His expertise is in the areas of Labor & Employment and the Form I-9, and he has written numerous whitepapers on these topics. In addition, Gordon serves as a frequent trade show and webinar speaker on I-9 and onboarding processes, and consults with clients daily regarding these topics. Gordon is currently a member of the Association of Corporate Counsel, the Society for Human Resource Management, and the American Payroll Association and is a 1999 graduate of the Case Western Reserve University School of Law.