Earlier this week, we discussed how TrendSource OnSite Inspection’s remote I-9 employee verification services can help businesses onboard remote New Hires. There, we also described in detail why remote I-9 verifications have become increasingly necessary and how TrendSource executes them. If you have questions about the actual mechanics of remote I-9 verification, check it out.
There was a lot to notice during this week’s inauguration, from the peaceful transition of power to Lady Gaga’s show-stopping broach, to the debut of a new national voice. And while we watched as captivated citizens, one news item made our market research ears perk up, news that President Joe Biden is locked in a struggle with the Secret Service and State Department about his exercise bike.
Over the last year, employers have encountered new problems as they attempt to onboard New Hires as work-from-home becomes more common. Employers, therefore, need to find remote I-9 verification services. What is remote I-9 verification, why are remote-I-9s necessary, and how does remote I-9 verification work?
My man and I reached new levels of yuppy recently, gifting each other a smart home for Christmas, complete with Apple TV, two HomePod Minis, and a whole host of smart devices like lightbulbs, plugs, and door locks. Now, when we walk into the house, the lights turn on, when we tell Siri it’s bedtime, the lights turn off, and when we tell her it’s feeling dry, the humidifier resumes its steady vapor cloud. Sure, it’s all very cool and convenient, though I will confide I occasionally find myself in an embarrassingly protracted argument with a speaker (“Hey Siri! Stop talking, OMG, let me finish a sentence!”) and that I have come to feel like an early version of the human population in WALL-E.
It doesn't really feel like a New Year does it? Maybe we should have extended 2020 until we all get vaccinated or something because, if we're being honest, this week doesn't feel much different from the last.