Webinar – 1.0 HRCI & SHRM: I-9 Compliance & Impacts of COVID-19

DATE: Tue, Dec 29, 2020

TIME: 2:00 pm EST to 3:30 pm EST

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I-9 audits are on the rise! In today’s climate, any mistake pertaining to your I-9 process can lead to costly government fines. Compliance is essential.

Attorney Alejandro Pérez will conduct a seminar on the I-9 process and form basics:
• Record-keeping requirements
• E-verify
• Re-verification
• Issues surrounding remote employees
• Remediation
• Internal audits
• Preparing for government audits and investigations
• I-765 approval notices
• I-9 completion working remotely
• Read Alejandro Pérez’s article: COVID-19 Provides Employers with Continued I-9 Flexibility – https://www.alejandroperezlaw.com/covid-19-provides-employers-with-continued-i-9-flexibility/

Alejandro will present for 60 minutes regarding the above topic. We devote the remainder of the time to Q&A and information regarding BASIC’s services. BASIC’s webinar is approved for 1.0 HRCI and 1.0 SHRM-CP advanced credits for HR professionals worldwide. Credits are for live attendance only.

Presented by Alejandro Pérez
Alejandro Pérez is a partner at Jaburg Wilk. Alejandro counsels employers in employment law matters, including hiring, termination, employee discipline, paid sick time, leaves of absence, wage and hour compliance, and whistle-blower liability. He also drafts employment agreements, policies, and handbooks.

Additionally, Alejandro has defended employers against wage and hour claims, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims. He also represents clients in disputes arising from employment agreements, arbitration agreements and restrictive covenants including not to compete. Alejandro has conducted and overseen sensitive workplace investigations and provided training for managers and employees on best practices to prevent harassment, discrimination, and retaliation in the workplace.

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