This new hybrid of immigration and employment is a product of the recent increase in the number of foreign workers in the U.S. labor force, and the emergence of legislation and case law that simultaneously implicate immigration and employment policies.
By Kati L. Griffith
The federal web-based program that “verifies” whether an individual is legally permitted to work in the U.S. presents businesses with an impossible choice: either discriminate against certain job applicants or risk substantial loss.
By Michael Wildes
U.S. Supreme Court finds that an employee may recover front and back pay without having to satisfy the rigorous test for constructive discharge.
By Jeffrey M. Daitz and Kevin J. O’Connor
How the social media site has unintentionally created a breeding ground for employee “concerted activities” that are protected by the National Labor Relations Act.
By Laura DeScioli
The National Labor Relations Board has recently implemented sweeping regulatory reforms and decided three cases that dramatically alter its existing standards.
By David I. Rosen and Iván A. Méndez Jr.