The Fourth Circuit has denied a motion sought by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to halt the requirement for federal contractors to use E-Verify in processing workers.
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As of Sept. 8, federal contracts awarded and solicitations issued with a period of performance longer than 120 days and a value above $100,000 must include a clause committing the contractor to use E-Verify, the government’s Internet-based electronic employment eligibility verification system.
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A federal district court denies the motion by the U.S. Read more
The business community is invited to participate in a voluntary collaborative program with U.S. Read more
Effective March 26, 2009, the Department of Labor has withdrawn its interpretation that the Fair Labor Standards Act does not require employers to reimburse workers under the H–2A and H–2B nonimmigrant visa programs for relocation expenses, even when such costs result in the workers being paid less than the minimum wage.
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