By Brian Elfrink
Over the past year, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has communicated that one of its top priorities is immigration enforcement. While border wall negotiations and legislative debates are likely to continue, there's no doubt this renewed focus on immigration has immediate implications for human resources professionals through increased worksite enforcement. This makes Form I-9 compliance especially relevant for companies looking to avoid headaches and fines that accompany an I-9 inspection.
While most HR professionals understand the importance of I-9 compliance, many are unfamiliar with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement inspection process, and therefore how best to prepare for a worksite enforcement investigation.
Our new white paper, "With Workforce Enforcement Increasing, I-9 Compliance Is Essential" will provide guidance for how to build confidence in your I-9 compliance processes. You'll learn:
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