New Jersey may soon be implemented a bill similar to the Arizona legislation, the Legal Arizona's Workers Act, first signed by former Governor, Jane Napolitano, in 2008.
Two New Jersey State Senators have introduced a similar bill barring employment of unauthorized workers and requiring all employers in the state to use the Federal government's E-Verify employment eligibility verification system. Republican Senators Robert Singer and Steven Oroho have introduced…Continue
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Illinois has decided to make Workers Compensation benefits more difficult for those who may be inebriated on the job. The state has passed the "Presumptive Denial Law." Which means if you test positive for drugs or alcohol you are denied your workers compensation benefits. The State's Governor is expected to sign this legislation, which would take effect September 1st.
According to the new statute, it must be demonstrated that intoxication is indeed the "proximate cause" of the…Continue
In response to the recent United States Supreme Court Ruling to uphold the 2007 Legal Arizona Workers Act, the Los Angeles Times has issued an editorial saying that you cannot rely on E-Verify or the I-9 Background Search. The Arizona Law stipulates that employers who hire undocumented or illegal workers will be penalized for doing so and that the second offense may result in the revocation…Continue
Added by Gordon Basichis on June 1, 2011 at 3:30am — No Comments
The federal government is continuing its crackdown on undocumented workers. Makes sense with the economy still pretty lousy and with eligible workers in desperate need of jobs. With unemployment at the mid-nines to ten percent, it would stand to reason that the federal government would like to see eligible workers off the unemployment rolls and back in the workforce.
According to the article in the …Continue
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