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April 2017 Archives

Requiring Employees to Provide Proof of Eligibility to Work in the U.S. May Result in a Liability

Employers in Florida have three days from the date of hire to verify a new employee's eligibility to legally work in the United States. This verification process falls under rules and guidelines that are provided by the United States immigration and citizenship laws as outlined in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).

How To Prevent Criminal Record Employment Discrimination

As an employer, you know that the process of screening and hiring new applicants comes with a significant level of responsibility. You want to make the best possible decisions, ensuring that new hires will be able to safely and reliably perform the duties of the job and fit well into your overall company culture. You are tasked with the need to conduct a thorough screening process while also carefully avoiding any real or perceived violations of state and Federal anti-discrimination laws.

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