During this short video we briefly review the federal guidelines for accepting and examining acceptable documents to verify identity and work authorization.
Crookham Company, a seed company in Caldwell, Idaho, reached an agreement with the Department of Justice over allegations it discriminated against lawful permanent residents during the hiring process.
Effective Aug 10, 2016, the Colorado Verification law (better known as the “Colorado Affirmation”) will no longer be required.
One man's journey from a polygamous enclave in Mexico to the top of the Western Washington drywall industry took a hit after his company became the latest named in an immigration violation investigation. It appears David Jones' remarkable ride may have taken a wrong turn.
See OSC’s updated Refugee/Asylee Employer Information for guidance on avoiding discrimination against refugees and asylees, and download the flyer.
In Tennessee, employers who once had a choice about whether to use E-Verify will have to start using the background verification program in 2017.