January 13 Online HR Meeting
The COVID-19 pandemic has scattered some employees widely, immediately, and perhaps permanently, changing how companies do business and where their employees perform their work. Remote work has become the new normal and, as a result, many companies are downsizing their physical premises, if not closing them altogether.
Attend virtual meeting of Jersey Shore Association for Human Resources (JSAHR), open to the public, on Thursday, January 13, 2022, from 8:15 to 10:00 a.m. to explore best practices and gain clarity in “Navigating I-9’s, Visas, and Remote Work in a COVID and Post-COVID World.”
Among other topics, Karin Wolman, a New York immigration attorney, will discuss where is the worksite, where is company HQ in the shift from in-office to all-virtual/work, then partly-remote, then back in office. If an office permanently closes, how does that affect a business’s I-9 and Labor Condition Application compliance obligations, posting and advertising requirements for PERM sponsorship? Is there a firm company policy on work from home (WFH) or does it vary be department? Retention and the challenge of immigrant visa quota backlogs vs. employee growth.
Register at htpp://jsahr.shrm.org/events or firstname.lastname@example.org. Log in details will be sent to registrants. The virtual fees are $10.00 for members; $20.00 for non-members; and free for students and those In-Transition. Send fees prior to meeting to JSAHR, P.O. Box 987, Brick, NJ 08723.
This program is pending 1.0 SHRM PDC (Human Resource Certification Institute) and HRCI (Human Resource Certification Institute) recertification credit. JSAHR is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits.
About the Speaker: Karin Wolman, a graduate of Columbia University and UCLA School of Law, is a New York immigration attorney serving large companies, small businesses, non-profit organizations, and individuals, spanning nearly every industry. Since 1996, Wolman has practiced in small- and medium-sized law firms, handling immigration matters exclusively. She opened the Law Office of Karin Wolman, PLLC in 2006.
Wolman advises employers on screening, hiring and I-9 practices, as well as all aspects of work visas and green card sponsorship for workforce development and retention. She helps to plan appropriate visa strategies for transitions from student to professional for job and career changes, to unite family members, and to overcome grounds of ineligibility or other obstacles to a visa, green card, or citizenship.
Wolman has published articles with the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Practising (sic) Law Institute, New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education and New York State Bar Association. She speaks at local and national conferences on a range of immigration law topics.