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Law at Work

with Jessica M. Kramer

04/07/16

Employers: Are you making these common I-9 mistakes?

If you have employees and you read this headline and are saying to yourself, “What is an I-9?,” that likely means one of two things: (a) you don’t know/remember the name of the form you complete for new employees which documents their authorization to work in the U.S., or (b) you are not complying with the federal law requiring that such things be documented.

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03/18/16

Use CCAP for background checking? You might want to think twice …

In Wisconsin, over the last decade or so, ‘CCAPing’ (pronounced ‘see-capping’) has become a verb. It’s how many of us check someone out, whether it be a friend, that creepy neighbor, our boyfriend’s crazy ex-girlfriend, a potential suitor, or a potential employee. Stop right there. Did you say potential employee? If you’ve ever CCAPed a potential employee, or thought about it, then the warning in this article is for you.

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