Q. I’ve read that we shouldn’t keep employees’ I-9s in their personnel files. Is this a suggestion or are there laws that require them to be in separate files? —L.K., Alabama
A. No federal law tells employers where or how they must keep their I-9s. However, we recommend that you maintain the forms in a confidential I-9 file separate from employees’ personnel files. This policy will help maintain the confidentiality of sensitive employee information concerning national origin, citizenship and residency status, and reduce the chance of a discrimination claim.
- How to Fire an Employee the Legal Way: 6 Termination Guidelines
- How to Write Meeting Minutes
- When you hire someone with a disability ...
- Take 10: How to handle the California Labor Code mandate to provide midshift breaks
- Gov. Huckabee pursues the practical
- New risk: Workers can claim retaliation even if there's no adverse job action