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EMPLOYER ALERT: New Form I-9 Required

graphic of new I-9 formEmployers Can Download New Form I-9 Now

The office of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services released a revised version of the Employment Eligibility Verification document (Form I-9) on November 14, 2016.

Employers may use the existing document through January 21, 2017. The new form may also be used right away.

(NOTE: The existing document has a revision date of 03/08/2013 N and expiration date of 3/31/2016)

Visit the I-9 Central website to:

  • Download the new form
  • Learn more about Form I-9
  • Attend an on-demand webinar that reviews the form and best practices
  • Read instructions for completing the form
  • Download the Handbook for Employers
  • Get the desktop widget to access a “fillable” form online
  • Learn more about E-Verify – the online option for verification
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Employee Handbook: 13 Reasons Your Company Needs One

Giving employees a custom employee handbook can help your company with employee communications and expectations. A comprehensive Employee Handbook: communicates your company’s expectations of employees gives your company a sense of professionalism and efficiency establishes and communicates legally compliant company…

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7 Steps to Jump Start Your Strategic Planning

7 steps to jump start your strategic planning

How much time do you spend on strategy and business development for your business?

Think about this for a moment:  The CEOs of Inc. 500 companies regularly spend 50 to 90 percent of their time on strategy and business development1.

Even if you aren’t an Inc. 500 company, you can benefit from some of the same tools that successful business owners use to grow their businesses. Putting a little time into strategic planning for the year (or for any 12-month cycle) is well worth the effort.

The strategic planning process doesn’t have to be complicated, but it does require that you set aside a little time from your regular work schedule. Remember the adage:  failing to plan is planning to fail.

Follow these steps for your planning process:

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