As of Sept. 29, the U.S. Congress and President Biden have yet to pass and sign into law the spending bills necessary to keep the government funded beyond the endContinue Reading How a Government Shutdown Could Impact Immigration Programs and Services
Please join GT attorneys for a fast-paced presentation on U.S. labor and employment law designed to provide practical advice about what you can and can’t do with your U.S. labor…Continue Reading Aug. 17 EVENT | What Every Non-U.S. Employer Should Know About U.S. Employment Law
Thursday, June 8, 2023
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As of July 1, private Florida businesses that employ 25 or more people will be required to implement and use…Continue Reading June 8 Webinar | New E-Verify Law: Guidelines for Florida Employers with Over 25 Employees to Ensure Compliance by July 1
Amid a host of changes in state and federal laws surrounding permanent labor certification program (PERM) hiring, get a clearer understanding of what these shifts may mean for your business.…Continue Reading March 9 WEBINAR | Pay Transparency Laws and PERM in 2023: An L&E and Immigration Perspective
Jamie R. Adams and Ian R. Macdonald recently published an article in SHRM Online titled, “Immigration Rechecks May Violate the NLRA.” The article discusses I-9 rechecks and the potential…
Continue Reading Greenberg Traurig Attorneys Ian R. Macdonald and Jamie R. Adams Featured in SHRM Online
In connection with “National Day without Immigrants” held on Thursday, Feb. 16 and Friday, Feb. 17, immigrant employees as well as supporters and sympathizers may have requested time off or,…
Continue Reading Employer Guidance – National Immigrant Protests
At Greenberg Traurig, we live our motto “built for change” and apply it for the benefit of the businesses we serve. Our California Labor and Employment Practice appreciates that although…
Continue Reading 2015 California Employment Law Legislative Update
When the California Legislature chose to go its own way on immigration reform in 2013, it pulled employers in California into the middle of the immigration debate and a potentially very high stakes enforcement game. The constitutional issues with California’s choice can be left for another day and another forum. We deal here, today, with what is. Among the seemingly more innocuous non-employment laws passed last year was AB 60, which directed California DMV to begin issuing documentation authorizing persons who are not authorized to be in the United States under federal law, to nonetheless be authorized to operate a motor vehicle in California.
Continue Reading Employment Impact of the Imminent Issuance of Drivers Licenses to Persons Whose Presence in the U.S. is NOT Authorized by Federal Law
The E-Verify Employment Eligibility Verification Program is an Internet-based system that allows employers to verify the employment authorization status of newly hired and, in the case of federal contractors, existing employees. We’ve developed an interactive map and corresponding chart to help employers navigate the patchwork of E-Verify laws across the country.
Continue Reading GT Releases Interactive Map of State E-Verify Laws
From John Doran in GT Phoenix:
The U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5-3 decision, issued its much-awaited opinion in Chamber of Commerce v. Whiting today. The Court held that…
Continue Reading Supreme Court Upholds Arizona’s Employer Sanctions Immigration Law–More States to Follow Suit?