Would Your I-9 Forms Pass an Inspection by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency?

January 14, 2015

Speaker: Marlene Cole, Senior HR Consultant, Gallagher Benefit Services, Inc. Marlene provides guidance to Gallagher clients regarding effective HR strategies that align with organizational objectives. She manages client projects including HR Assessments, Employee Opinion & Satisfaction Surveys, Compensation Studies and Plan Development, Merger & Acquisition Support, Policy & Procedure Development, Compliance and overall HR best practices. During her 8 years with Gallagher, she has assisted a wide variety of clients including for profit and nonprofit entities. She consults with clients from different industries such as health care, manufacturing, government services, business associations, financial services and religious organizations.

For 11 years prior to joining Gallagher Benefit Services, she held corporate human resource management and director level positions in manufacturing and insurance services. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Tennessee Technological University with an emphasis in Human Resources and is certified as a PHR (Professional in Human Resources). She is a member of several professional associations including the Society for Human Resources Management, the Nashville Association of Total Rewards and World at Work.

Description: Since the Immigration Reform and Control Act were passed in 1986, there have been several changes to the employment authorization and identification form I-9. If your organization has been in business since then, there have probably been several changes in your HR staff as well. This can mean many different individuals over the years with responsibility for collecting and completing I-9 forms. If this is the case in your organization, join us to learn tips for auditing and, if necessary, correcting your I-9 forms.


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