Noncompliance with federal work authorization regulations that stems from discriminatory practices can lead to serious consequences.
A Washington food processing conglomerate paid more than $200,000 in federal fines for its discriminatory practices during the employment eligibility verification process.
Compliance failures connected to employee verification procedures can occur anywhere in which there can be discrimination - or simple human error.
The Trump administration is expected to strongly emphasize strict employee verification requirements, with regard to hiring immigrants.
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.