We zip off e-mails instead of hand-writing notes. We have a virtual store in which customers across the country can shop our wares. Apple and Amazon are duking it out over their e-readers, which completely eliminate the need to haul around heavy books. So why is the I-9 form one of the few bits of paper left in the office?
More and more companies are exploring the digital storage of I-9 forms, but a host of privacy issues surround that. Earlier this week, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published its final rule on how to electronically store the I-9. To find out the dirty details, read “Modifications to Electronic I-9 Requirements” by our partners at Troutman Sanders LLP, by clicking here.