Human Resource & Labor News
www.agc.orgMarch 27, 2013 / Issue No. 2-13
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Labor Relations
Union Representation in Construction Slips in 2012, While Earnings Rise
Laborersí International Vice President Rocco Davis Delivers Up-Beat Message to AGCís Union Contractors
New Proposal to Reform Multiemployer Retirement Plans Will Help Hard Hit Construction Industry
AGC Member Testifies at House Pension Hearing
NLRB Recess Appointment Challenge Likely Headed to Supreme Court
NLRB Holds that Dues Check-Off Survives Contract Expiration
Immigration
Employers Required to Use New Form I-9 Beginning on May 7
Independent Contractors
IRS Expands Amnesty Program for Identifying Misclassified Independent Contractors; Still Risky
EEO
Federal Contractors: Beware of OFCCPís New Compensation Audit Procedures
Leave and Benefits
Labor Department Issues New FMLA Regulations; New Forms & Poster Required
Whistleblower Complaint Procedures for Affordable Care Act Announced
Immigration
Employers Required to Use New Form I-9 Beginning on May 7
 

On March 8, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published a revised Form I-9, the Employment Eligibility Verification form. The new form, which expires on March 31, 2016, is available for immediate use by employers; however, employers who need time to make changes to their current business processes to incorporate the use of the new form may continue to use other previously accepted versions of the form until May 7, 2013. After May 7, all employers must use the revised Form I-9 for each new employee hired in the United States.

The revised Form I-9 has several new features, including new fields and a new format designed to reduce errors.  The instructions to the form also more clearly describe the information employees and employers must provide in each section.

English and Spanish versions of the new form are available online at www.uscis.gov.

For more information on Form I-9 and immigration compliance for employers, visit AGC’s Labor and HR Topical Resources webpage or www.USCIS.gov/I-9central.

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