Human Resources News & Insights

It just got a little easier to charge you with discrimination

Now, even if you’re trying to help individuals work for your company, you could be charged with discrimination. 

National E-Verify mandate creeps toward passage

Looks like Congress is moving toward passing a nationwide mandate that all employers use the E-Verify system to make sure new hires are legally eligible to work.

Use of E-Verify skyrocketing, report says

This E-Verify thing seems to be catching on.

Feds make E-Verify Self Check tool more accessible

The feds just expanded the universe of who can use the E-Verify Self Check Tool.

Congress mulling making E-Verify a requirement

A new bill before Congress would make the E-Verify process mandatory for all employers.

DHS shifts employment verification burden to workers

A new federal program will reduce the number of tentative non-confirmations E-Verify users receive  — or maybe convince fence-sitters to give the system a try.

Feds turning up the heat on I-9s: New audits

The feds are at it again — Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is issuing 500 new inspection notices to organizations all over the U.S. If the ICEmen cometh, would your company be ready?

Answers to tricky HR questions: What’s the I-9 timetable?

Our team of experts fields real-life, everyday questions from HR managers and gives practical answers that can be applied by any HR pro in the same situation. Today’s question: What’s the deadline for completing I-9 forms for new hires?

Will E-Verify ‘improvements’ mean more discrimination lawsuits?

So-called improvements made to E-Verify may be making the program more appealing – to employees anxious to sue their employers.

Immigration reform: Congress considers worker ID cards

Under consideration by Congress: one more crack at immigration reform — and one more piece of documentation for you to keep track of.