Webinar: Form I-9: Everything HR Leaders Need to Know - 4/14/20 @2pm ET
Webinar: Form I-9: Everything HR Leaders Need to Know - 4/14/20 @2pm ET

Webinar: Form I-9: Everything HR Leaders Need to Know - 4/14/20 @2pm ET

On January 31, 2020, the long-awaited (revised) Form I-9 was released by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Register for our upcoming webinar as Paycor compliance experts guide you through the new form, provide basic tips HR leaders need to remain compliant and answer frequently asked questions like how to handle I-9 forms for remote employees.

Speaker: Sarah Cunningham
Sarah Cunningham is a Product Compliance Analyst with 3 years’ experience working with employment related rules and regulations. Sarah has a Juris Doctor (JD) from the University of Toledo College of Law and is licensed to practice law in Ohio. Sarah focuses on helping our clients stay compliant with ever changing HR and Timekeeping regulations.

Tuesday, April 14, 2020
2pm ET

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