The Sage HRMS HR Actions® I-9 efficiently and securely streamlines the Employment Eligibility Verification process by enabling the paperless completion of the Form I-9 during the onboarding process or when updating or reverification is required. Employees complete and electronically sign Section 1 or use a preparer and/or translator certification process. The employer, either a manager or human resources staff, completes Section 2 online. If desired, form access can be limited to only the employee and human resources.
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Electronic signatures streamline the completion and storing of required employee forms as well as expediting all types of long-distance business transactions from buying something online to signing contracts. Learn how electronic signatures became legally binding, find links to additional information about the laws, and explore how paperless forms can make your HR processes more efficient.
Sage HRMS HR Actions I-9 enables employees to complete and electronically sign Section 1 of Form I-9. Alternatively, an administrator acting as a preparer/translator may complete Section 1 with the employee. The employer, either a manager or human resources representative, completes Section 2 online. If desired, form access can be limited to only the employee and human resources.