Immigration compliance and the importance of getting it right
By Matt Schulz
Verification of all employees’ eligibility for employment in the US is required, but can result in penalties if a company re-verifies unnecessarily — and discriminatorily.
A US employer agreed to pay $43,000 (£25,500) in civil penalties, undergo training on proper compliance and submit to monitoring of compliance for 18 months as part of a settlement agreement reached last week with the US Justice Department…
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