Question: “We have operations in several states, and managers in those offices
handle local hiring. I run HR from our headquarters, meaning I can't be
there to review the original employment-eligibility verification
documents new hires have to show when completing I-9 forms. How should
I train managers to make sure we comply with the law? Do I need to
spell this out in a policy?” — DB, Ohio
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