I9Everywhere selected as Finalist for HRO Today iTalent Competition

Finalists are recognized up-and-coming HR technologies, and will be competing at the 2018 HRO Today Forum North America event on May 5, 2018 in National Harbor, MD.
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. - April 10, 2018 - PRLog -- I9Everywhere is excited to announce that we will be headed to National Harbor, Maryland for the 2018 HRO Today Forum North America event. We have been selected as a finalist for this year's  HRO Today Forum iTalent Competition. The iTalent Competition features the most innovative and promising HR technology solutions on the market. Previous finalists include HireMojo, Hello Talent, Universum, and GlassDoor.

I9Everywhere has been selected for our unique Form i-9 management system and remote I-9 solutions. Customers are able to get their form I-9 completed from a distance without bringing the employee into a home office or sending them to a notary. In its simplest form, I9Everywhere can utilize two devices and the employee's personal network of connections to deliver a complaint form I-9 before the employee's first day.

Advanced compliance tracking and auditing rounds out the compliance solution, so that even employees with temporary work authorization are managed carefully to ensure compliance and reverification of employment eligibility.

The I9Everywhere team have been working in i9 compliance for more than a decade. We were one of the very first Designated Agents for the Department of Homeland Security's Everify program. We have helped companies ranging from military bases to Fortune 500 companies with their I-9 compliance.  We will help you ensure 100% employment eligibility using our full service Form I-9 management services and our intuitive online i9everywhere technology.


Marc Klamecki
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Industry:Human resources
Location:National Harbor - Maryland - United States
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