Long Beach, CA, October 16, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Employers must be proactive regarding worksite compliance matters. Immigration-related employment regulations are complicated. The truth is, it’s difficult for employers to keep up with the ever-changing world of employment laws and compliance issues. Even if you have a fully staffed human resources department, many critical compliance issues can go overlooked, such as formal training, audits and executive oversight that end up getting bumped for more pressing needs.
If you keep putting off a Form I-9 audit, you could most certainly find yourself in the middle of a complex investigation or lawsuit that will take center stage very quickly, that could have been avoided with some basic preventive maintenance.
“Our clients tell us that they award our bids and proposals because we have a process that we walk them through that is strategically organized, easily understood and efficient – from getting prepared for an outside audit, followed by targeted training and policy review and development that ensures they remain compliant. Continued education and information is available through our extensive outreach via monthly newsletters, client alerts, blog and social media. Our suite of services and solutions are comprehensively packaged to bring sustainable results to our clients,” explained Leslie Davis, Managing Director of Immigration Compliance Group.
Immigration Compliance Group assists their clients with developing and implementing comprehensive tools, processes and standard operating procedures that enable them to remain committed to ongoing employment verification compliance. “The reality is that the odds of encountering a Form I-9 audit have skyrocketed because of a pervasive business enforcement climate,” she added. Now is the time to assess your weaknesses and minimize your liability.