Completing the I-9 form as part of the employment eligibility verification process is something in which most employers are well-versed. Simply put, employers are not allowed to knowingly hire someone who does not have authorization to work in the United States. It’s mandated that the employer confirm a worker’s eligibility, and the I-9 form is the cornerstone of this process.
Some training is required by federal or state law, other training is discretionary, but whichever you need, good training is essential to your company’s success. Let HR Daily Advisor give you the quick-reading and easy-to-implement training ideas you need for your kind of business.
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Yesterday’s Advisor began attorney Whitney Warner’s list of 14 things managers do that make a plaintiffs’ attorney’s day. Today, the rest of her list.
By William Taylor
If you want higher productivity from your employees and better customer service, one way to achieve that is boosting employee engagement. A recent survey reported that about 63 percent of U.S. workers are not engaged in their jobs. When employees are disengaged, they lose productivity and can negatively impact the morale of other team members, too. When management actively seeks ways to boost employee engagement, it can have a direct positive effect on the company’s profitability. Here are seven steps that you can take.
Yesterday’s Advisor featured the first five of attorney Aaron Zandy’s 10 things we do to get sued. Today, the rest of the 10, including failure to pay correctly.
“It’s a case of perception vs. reality. The plaintiff perceives he (she) was disciplined, retaliated against, and harassed. The reality is different. He (she) was terminated for a legitimate, non-discriminatory, non-retaliatory reason by a professional, well-trained manager with supportive documentation.”
Yesterday’s Advisor began our list of the seven deadly sins of managers; today, we present Envy, Greed, and Sloth.