Immigration Reform

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A labor dispute that has lasted for three months in Milwaukee pits union organizers against a company that fired workers who were seeking to organize, including employees who failed to document that they were eligible to work.

Palermo’s Pizza said it was merely complying with immigration laws. Activists for the workers have organized a strike and boycott against the company, saying that the terminations amounted to unlawful union busting.

Worker Concerns

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September 20, 2012

The U.S. House of Representatives on Sept. 13, 2012, passed bill S. 3245, which would reauthorize for three years E-Verify as well as certain immigrant visa programs set to expire at the end of the month. The vote was 412-3.

News Updates
September 18, 2012

This year is shaping up to be one of the most active years for HR public policy on the state level. Already, numerous workplace measures across the country have become law, and many others are progressing down the road to enactment As a result, HR professionals who in past years have focused their attention on Washington need to also be wary of workplace legislation coming from their state capitols.

News Updates
June 17, 2011