Form I-9, the Employment Eligibility Verification, is a United States Citizenship and Immigration Services form. Non-compliance can be costly to employers and the goal of this seminar is to clarify the requirements to protect employers. We will provide an overview of the Immigration Reform and Control Act, review acceptable documents, and provide step-by-step instruction on how to complete Form I-9.
The new law prohibiting employers from asking applicants for their salary history goes into effect January 1, 2019. Our on-demand webinar will cover everything you need to know about the new law, including how you can ensure you are making fair compensation offers to candidates.
This compliance-oriented course provides an overview of one of the top areas of liability employers face. Attendees will learn the legal definition of workplace violence, areas of risk, how to prevent and protect their workplace, as well as how to respond in the event of an incident and prevent recurrence of inappropriate behaviors.
Building an effective team requires intention, diligence, and most importantly, an authentic appreciation for the strengths of each team member. This training explores the question, what makes a team effective? It provides tools and tips to create a more efficient and effective team, and to develop the skills to foster accountability within teams and throughout the organization.
This training is intended to provide employees at all levels with guidance on acceptable behaviors at work. The module will review the legal definition of harassment and the Company policy against harassment. Attendees will learn how to recognize harassing behaviors, report behaviors, and what to expect if they are exhibiting the improper behaviors.
This webinar is designed to help all health care staff understand the requirements mandated under Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Keeping protected information safe and private applies to more than just those who work directly with patients. A strong foundation of the business and regulatory reasons for complying with HIPAA will allow your team to keep your office protected and the government out of your business.