Human Resource & Labor News
www.agc.orgApril 10, 2015 / Issue No. 02-15
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HR Training
Save The Date: Construction HR & Training Professionals Conference Set for Oct. 7-9 in St. Louis, MO
AGC to Host Webinars on E-Verify & Form I-9 Compliance April 28 & 29
Labor Relations
How to Prepare for New “Quickie Election” Rule Covered at AGC Convention
Building Trades President McGarvey Shares Views and Priorities at AGC Convention
NLRB Issues Guidance Concerning Employee Rules
Wages & Benefits
Labor Department Publishes Videos on Davis-Bacon Wage Survey Process and Form, Plans More Survey Briefings
IRS Releases Final Instructions, Forms for Employer Information Reporting Requirements Under Health Care Law
Affordable Care Act Cadillac Tax Questions Answered
AGC Submits Comments on Multiemployer Pension Reform Implementation
EEO
Supreme Court Questions Employer's Light Duty Policy in Pregnancy Discrimination Case
Definition of Spouse Expanded Under FMLA, Halted in Four States by Federal Judge
OFCCP Creates LGBT Resources for Federal Contractors
AGC to Host Webinars on E-Verify & Form I-9 Compliance April 28 & 29
 

Deceptively considered one of the simplest forms completed during the hiring process, Form I-9 is often riddled with errors that could place your company in jeopardy if audited by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS).  Its companion, E-Verify, often leaves employers confused about what to do when an employee's documents may not check out.  To help construction contractors avoid the pitfalls of non-compliance, AGC is hosting two webinars in April.  An April 28 webinar will address the real deal on Form I-9, and an April 29 webinar will address issues surrounding E-Verify. Both webinars are ideal for project managers, superintendents, office managers, HR staff, or anyone who signs Form I-9 and/or uses E-Verify. 

Each webinar will be held from 2:00-3:30 p.m. EDT.  To register for the webinar on Form I-9, click here, and to register for the E-Verify webinar, click here.

On April 28, attendees will learn to avoid the most common mistakes made while completing Form I-9 plus best practices for completing the form on new hires before the first day of work, photocopying documents, dealing with missing forms, handling remote hires and re-hires, and using the Spanish-language Form I-9. On April 29, attendees will learn about recent changes and updates in E-Verify plus best practices for overcoming the particular challenges associated with using E-Verify in the construction industry.  Dave Basham, Management & Program Analyst for the U.S. U.S Citizenship & Immigration Services Division of DHS, will be the presenter on both days. 

Both webinars are ideal for project managers, superintendents, office managers, HR staff, or anyone who signs Form I-9 and/or uses E-Verify on behalf of the company.
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