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New California Employment Laws for 2016

Now that the calendar has turned to 2016, this is a good time for employers in California to ensure that they are up to speed on the new laws that took effect on January 1.┬á Here are some of the highlights. SB 358 (Gender Wage Differential) Existing law already prohibits employers from paying women less … Continue Reading

E-Verify Implementation on Track for September 8, 2009

Starting September 8, 2009, employers receiving federal contracts will be required to use the new E-Verify system to check their employees’ authorization to work in the United States.  This announcement comes after several delayed attempts by the Bush and Obama administrations to implement the E-Verify rule; however, their efforts were thwarted by a stay issued … Continue Reading

Another Day, Another E-Verify Delay

It seems like just a couple days ago that we reported that implementation of the E-Verify System was delayed until June 30.  Actually, it was a couple days ago.  Well, you can forget that; the The Department of Homeland Security’s Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) has announced that it will delay mandatory use of E-Verify, this … Continue Reading

Proposed Law Would Suspend Federal Contractors that Employ Unauthorized Aliens

Federal contractors take note:  a new bill recently introduced in the House of Representatives aims to suspend or debar contractors found to employ unauthorized aliens.  The bill, the Border Control and Accountability Act (H.R. 1668), was introduced by Rep. Ginny Brown-Waite (R-Florida) earlier this year.  The bill also would prohibit the Department of Homeland Security from contracting with companies … Continue Reading

E-Verify Delayed Yet Again!

Still another delay for implementation of the mandatory E-Verify system for federal contractors. The Department of Homeland Security’s Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) announced for a third time that it will delay mandatory use of E-Verify, this time until June 30, 2009.  Click here to read the USCIS’s press release on the delay.  Click here for the … Continue Reading

Major Budget Increases for Federal Labor and Employment Enforcment Agencies

The Obama Administration has released its fiscal year 2010 budget request.  Among the items are several increases for the federal agencies that oversee labor and employment matters.  Here are some highlights: $104.5 billion to the Department of Labor, an increase of 10 percent, to increase its staff and enforcement activity.  $283 million for the National Labor Relations … Continue Reading

E-Verify Delayed (Again) Until May 21

Another delay for implementation of the mandatory E-Verify system:  The Department of Homeland Security’s Citizenship and Immigration Services announced today that it will delay mandatory use of E-Verify until May 21, 2009.  Click here to read DHS’s press release.  Why the delay?  The Obama Administration wants additional time to review this and other rules that … Continue Reading

Time Out for E-Verify: Mandatory Use Rule Suspended Until February 20

Federal contractors take note:  the rule requring mandatory use of the E-Verify system has been suspended until at least February 20, 2009.   As previously reported in the Stoel Rives World of Employment, President Bush’s executive order would make using E-Verify mandatory starting January 15, 2009 for federal contractors with projects exceeding $100,000 and for sub-contractors with projects … Continue Reading

Business Groups Sue to Block E-Verify Rule

The Society for Human Resource Management, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and three other groups filed a lawsuit late last month challenging the legality of an executive order that requires federal contractors to use E-Verify, the federal government’s Web-based system that uses Social Security files to ensure that employees are legal immigrants or citizens eligible to … Continue Reading

Federal Contractors Ordered to Use E-Verify

In an Executive Order dated June 6, 2008, President Bush ordered that all federal contractors will be required to use the E-Verify system to verify the employment eligibility of employees working on federal contracts.  E-Verify is a internet-based system operated jointly by the Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration, which allows employers … Continue Reading
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