From the COATS blog:
After the announcement that the employer pay-or-play portion of the Affordable Care Act will be postponed by a year, July was a fairly tame month for employment law. But there were a few interesting cases, so let’s review.
If you use E-Verify to make sure your employees are authorized to work in the U.S., you’re familiar with their procedures: you enter an employee’s information and U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services lets you know whether or not there’s a problem with that information. However, the USCIS has started collecting employee email addresses lately so that they’ll be able to contact employees directly if there’s a problem. Don’t worry, you’ll still be contacted; this is an “in addition to” move, not an “instead of.”
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