The recent case of a roadside assistance company showcases exactly what companies shouldn't do in matters of employee verification and documentation.
A pizza restaurant franchise based in Florida recently reached a settlement agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice over unfair document practices during the Form I-9 process.
The DOJ reached a settlement agreement with two California companies over claims that their work authorization and employee verification processes discriminated against lawful permanent residents.
A New York-based construction services firm is facing a $151,200 civil penalty after nearly 200 Form I-9 violations were found.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced it will be suspending the premium processing for petitions of H-1B visas, a decision that threatens to slow the hiring of foreign talent for some organizations.
New York restaurant company recently learned the penalties that come when the re-verification of employment work authorizations are mishandled.