Happy Friday before the Super Bowl that should have seen the Saints playing the Patriots.  Check out this week’s Compliance News Flash with blurbs about:

  • E-Verify and what employers need to do now that it is again operational.
  • The Form I-9 and tools to assist with determining if documents presented are acceptable.
  • The CFPB and

The longest government shutdown is over and employers need to take note that E-Verify is again operational.  Setting aside that Congress and the President have only until February 15 to move beyond short term funding for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), here is what employers need to know about E-Verify, the electronic employment eligibility

It took a few days, but the E-Verify system is down due to the partial government shutdown which started at 12:01 am Saturday the 22nd of December.  One of the agencies affected by the partial government shutdown is the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which is the agency that runs the E-Verify program.  E-Verify and

Apologies, I’m a little behind the curve on this so you will see two Compliance News Flashes this week.

This particular Compliance News Flash we drafted covers the following topics:

  • Employers getting into hot water over the types of documents they request from employees when completing the Form I-9, leading to claims of discrimination.
  • The

Here’s a sneak peek at this week’s Compliance News Flash from AGG:

  • The California Supreme Court ruled on the constitutionality of the Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act, which is relevant to California employers and their background screening process.
  • Still in California, a new law on its way to the Governor for signature will require software

Check out the latest Compliance News Flash with blurbs about:

  • The Justice Department’s recent settlement with the country’s largest egg producer related to violations of the anti-discrimination laws during the employment eligibility verification process.
  • A new requirement on consumer reporting agencies to provide specific language to a consumer requesting a file disclosure under the Fair

Check out this week’s edition of the Compliance News Flash which includes blurbs about:

  • The increase in ICE workplace investigations, including around the Form I-9 and issuance of Notices of Inspection.
  • California’s Consumer Privacy Act and application to your company.
  • The future of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield pact for cross-border transfers of personal data.
  • NAPBS

Read the latest Compliance News Flash by clicking here.  Topics covered in the News Flash include:

  • Ongoing workplace investigations by Homeland Security regarding employers’ workforce;
  • The U.S. Supreme Court;
  • Tips for pre-employment screening of new hires and employees; and
  • Discrimination settlements related to the employment eligibility verification form (aka the Form I-9).

Any compliance

The Department of Justice (DOJ) settled an immigration-related discrimination claim against the University of California, San Diego related to the unlawful re-verification of work authorized individuals. According to the press release, DOJ’s “…investigation concluded that the [University’s Resource Management and Plan Vice Chancellor Area] unnecessarily required certain work-authorized immigrants to re-establish their work authorization