I would like to see the 3-day rule be changed to 6-day rule. If I hire someone on Tuesday, then I am out the rest of the week, I've missed the 3-day window; if I'm schudule to be on vacation for a week; there is no one else, in our company, that could do this. Most people take a week vacation. I would think most companies have only one (1) PR/HR person. I'm strongly asking that this be changed.
There are a variety of tasks that might need to be completed - closing a case, the re-verification of eligibility for someone whose documents are expiring, etc. Why not email a reminder that there is something to be done? I have employees with documents that don't expire until 2019. Ok, hang on a second, let me flip my calendar to seven years hence and mark on it to re-check their documents. If I am not here, since... more »
Our process is that someone will verify that the I-9 and E-Verify were completed correctly. It would be great if we could correct an error in E-Verify. For example, if a name is misspelled, the case will still close with resolve Authorized but once we realize the error, there is no way to attach the correct name to that case.
It would be nice to be able to search all cases (closed, in progress, open) at once instead of having to click on the radio button and go back to check each one. Also, searching by name would be helpful.
When we first started E-Verify, the reports would output the social security number. This was very helpful for checking that we have E-Verified all required employees. Now it only displays the last 4 digits so I have a manual process to see if my employees have been done because many people have the same last 4 digits. I cannot use name as people change their names often. Also, E-Verify does not verify that names are... more »
Most people write dates on the I9 numerically, but e-Verify requires that a month is entered alpha ("Nov" instead of "11"). And, once a field is "full" (such as a Social Secuity number, the cursor should advance to the next field automatically rather than requiring a TAB. And when a driver's license is submitted, the user must select the state from a list. The process would be much faster if the user could enter the... more »
If a user is attempting to run a case on an employee, and that empoyee's hire date preceeds the MOU date the user should be blocked from running this case as it is a violation of the MOU. This makes more sense than sending a follow up e-mail telling them that they performed a behavior that they shouldn't have.
If a user is attempting to run a duplicate case for the same employee, e-verify should have a pop up window that asks, "are you sure you want to run this case, You have already run a similar case on xxx date"
I would like to see E-verify send me friendly reminders if there is action that needs to be taken within e-verify. An example would be that if I have open cases for extended periods of times I can go in and run a report to identify those, but my staff doesn't always know that they need to do this. It would be helpful for E-verify to send me an e-mail or an alert to remind me or my staff that I have open cases.
Can you allow us to submit daily files of employee data to be submitted? Then a return file can be downloaded from the site giving the comformation numbers. Putting the employees in one by one is very time comsuming. The SSA site allows us to do this and takes us a lot less time to verify all of our new employee ss#'s.
1. Add the ability to seach all cases (open, closed, pending, etc.) at once rather than separately.
2. Add the 'Employer Case ID' field to the Quick Audit Report. This would add the unique identifier necessary to compare my company reports to your E-Verify reports.
E-Verify allows a restricted Social Security Card to be entered even though the I-9 clearly states that a restricted SSC cannot be used on the I-9. I suggest E-Verify send an alert that a restricted SSC cannot be used for input into the E-Verify system.
I clicked on the ? to get assistance w/determining a Case Closure Statement. I noticed that in some of the descriptions it says "The employer chooses to exercise its legal right to allow the employee to continue to work." I thought the purpose of using E-Verify was to determine if your employee was eligible to work in the U.S. Why would there be the option to continue employing someone that did not take action to resolve... more »
In order to close a case, one needs to state that the employee is working for the company. We have several new employees who complete their I-9 prior to their start (hire) date and we have been answering yes, because answering no isn't a viable response. Is there a way to add "An employee to begin working on .....(date)? This will confirm the hire date entered earlier and allow an "honest" response.
Since we have 3 business days to create new cases for new hires, I think 2013 and 2014 should be the only available options for year of hire. All other years should be eliminated.