Final approval of a new I-9—plus the government's recent decision to back off on new rules for handling no-match letters—brings to a close a busy fall season in which employers’ role in immigration enforcement has been in the spotlight. What does it all mean for HR?
- Ball State to pay former hoops coach $200,000
- Bipolar worker making threats: Accommodate or terminate?
- Employee sued and now she's back at work? Don't walk on eggshells for fear of retaliation
- Interviewing: Sharpen skills to stamp out hiring bias
- Punitive damages based on staff size at time of discrimination