March 11, 2019
As the Berkeley campus continues work this month to implement UCPath, Berkeley Regional Services (BRS) is working concurrently to implement Tracker I-9.
Tracker I-9 is being implemented at all UC campuses and is a new online tool for all UCs to manage and increase compliance of the Federal I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification Forms. Thought the new tool is used most significantly by the Berkeley Regional Services (BRS) First Contact Team for onboarding new Berkeley employees, there are some instances where I-9s are completed at a department/unit level. Because Berkeley will no longer process paper I-9s (they must all be processed online in Tracker I-9), individuals who may currently process I-9s in their department/units have been identified and invited to register for training this month. Attending training is a pre-requisite for receiving access to use Tracker I-9.
Here are the top three (3) things you need to know about Tracker I-9 at Berkeley. To learn more about Tracker I-9, look at the Newly Hired Employees and Onboarding section on the new Berkeley Regional Services (BRS) website.