Webinar: Ready for the New Form I-9?
New year, new Form I-9. Given the big jump in fines that took effect in August for mistakes/omissions on Form I-9, the deadline to comply and use the new version is more important than ever.
Even first offense mistakes on an employment verification form can cost you anywhere from $178 to $4,313 per violation … not to mention the brand damage, loss of workforce and increase in operating costs that come along with it.
Check out our “Ready for the New Form I-9?” webinar on demand, featuring our Form I-9 subject matter expert with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Dave Basham, to:
- Understand all of the new blocks added to the Form I-9 and how that affects your current hiring process
- Learn the differences between the paper copy, the “fillable” PDF version and the version used with talent management software
- Get USCIS’ insider best practices to decrease your time-to-hire and avoid common Form I-9 mistakes
- Find out must-know tips to avoid getting “in the weeds” with your company-wide I-9 compliance process
- Get answers to the most common I-9 compliance questions in our extended Q&A session
Dave Basham, Management & Program Analyst, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
Dave joined U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in 2008 following his retirement from the U.S. Army. He has conducted nearly 500 Form I-9 and E-Verify presentations to nationwide audiences that included elected officials, immigration attorneys, compliance personnel to human resources and payroll professionals.
In 2016, the American Payroll Association presented Dave with their annual APA Government Partner Award in recognition of his service as a government agent to the payroll community. In 2014, Dave was selected as the recipient of Arkansas’s SHRM (Society of Human Resources Management) ‘Friend of HR’ award.
Dave’s military assignments were numerous in the Infantry arena. His military service decorations include the Legion of Merit. Dave’s originally from West Virginia but now makes his home in historic Virginia.