Shortly following President Barack Obama's first election the government shifted its immigration focus to paperwork violations, to ensure that hiring managers were sufficiently checking new employees' eligibility to work in the U.S. This has led to a number of employers receiving huge fines, or worse, as evidenced by the recent case of one Maryland pool company owner.
Recently Nebraska was added to an E-Verify program meant to bolster the background check system's efficacy.
One Minnesota staffing group was a little too lenient with the way it treated the Form I-9, and for that it is paying up $226,270.
The Justice Department recently announced that it reached a settlement agreement with U.S. Service Industries (USSI), a janitorial company in Bethesda, Maryland for discrimination during the employment eligibility process.
The Justice Department recently reached an agreement with a company accused of discriminating against new hires.
One trend that hiring managers should take note of in 2015 is the increased fragmentation of hiring regulations.
Making Sure Your Form I-9s Are Compliant
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