Employee Onboarding Best Practices: Getting Off-Site Employees On Board with I-9 Compliance
How to Comply with Your Remote Workforce
We know that off-site is the new on-site as more and more companies move toward a dispersed workforce. As a result, this can create a unique challenge for Human Resources professionals tasked with managing employee onboarding.
Technology has made it easier to work off-site, which means more companies have employees scattered across the U.S. Research shows:
- 63% of companies have off-site employees
- One in five employees work remotely, and this number is on the rise.
One of the many tasks Human Resources professionals are responsible for figuring out is how to get all of the new-hire paperwork collected and completed for each new employee. [caption id="attachment_14715" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Get the Guide to Help with Remote I-9s[/caption]
Form I-9 includes a few challenges when dealing with a remote or dispersed workforce:
- Required physical inspection of Section 2 documents
- Three-day completion deadline
- Confusing form requirements
- And more
Because of this we have developed a guide to help with employee onboarding for remote hires. Download our free eBook for 5 tips to help you get a handle on off-site Forms I-9. Additionally, you'll learn how an electronic solution can simplify the I-9 process for your new hires.