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margie-clearwithblackborder-03Hello,  I’m Eva, the HR Compliance Diva. I am available to answer questions from HR professionals and business owners. Answers are based on the vast experience that I have in human resources, research on topics, workplace compliance experience, experience as a compliance officer and experiences as a reluctant therapist in New York. I have worked with small companies, large corporations, non-profits, churches and law enforcement. My goal is to provide HR professionals and business owners with the most current employment and human resources information. I will also learn some things from all of you. Questions will be answered  on this page. I will start answering questions and will post answers on the next HR Compliance Newsletter and Ask Eva page. Don’t forget to open the HR Compliance Newsletter when  you receive it!

 

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Eva

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Hey Eva,

3 yrs ago I had started what I thought to be a great job. Soon after I found out I was pregnant. At first, my boss was reassuring and even congratulated me. As I got closer to my due date things began to change. I was given tasks and provided no direction and was then reprimanded for it. My boss started asking others to complete tasks that were my responsibility. The writing was on the wall that I was being pushed out. I spoke with HR and that was a big joke. Eva, what advice can you give in the event this ever happens again, or maybe your advice can help someone else.

Regards,

Pregnant in Orlando, Florida and pushed out

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Eva’s Answer

Hi Eva,

My question is about 1-9 procedures when it comes to storing and correcting I9 forms. I am an intern in a company where the I9 forms are located in the same place as the employee’s personnel file. I heard that these documents needed to be separate from the personnel file and in a locked office. When I asked the HR manager about this, he stated that there is no “I9 document” police to check. He also stated that as long as the documents were in a locked office, it did not matter that they were in the same file.

Regards, 

Suzi

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Eva’s Answer

Hi,

Do I have to make an “accommodation” for one of my older employees who says he has to work part time and use a walker while he heals from some recent surgery? I really need him to be full time. Thank you.

Gina

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