In the professional staffing sector, discrimination is all too common as one Utah-based agency recently found out.
The Department of Justice recently settled with a Texas school district over charges it discriminated against new hires in violation of the Immigration and Nationality Act.
American Cleaning Company, a green cleaning and maintenance services provider in Brighton, Massachusetts, reached a settlement agreement with the Department of Justice following claims the company violated the discrimination provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act.
In September, Cumberland Staffing Inc., a Tennessee staffing company, reached a $175,000 settlement agreement with the Department of Justice following an investigation into alleged Immigration and Nationality Act violations.
East Coast Foods Inc., a California restaurant company, was fined over $18,300 following a Form I-9 audit that discovered numerous violations.
Mary's Gone Crackers Inc., a California organic food company, will pay $1.5 million to the federal government following a settlement with the Department of Justice after Immigration and Customs Enforcement determined it had hired numerous individuals not authorized to work in the U.S.