Experts offer do's and don'ts of employment verification

Koster, Kathleen
June 2011
Employee Benefit News;Jun2011, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p1
The article presents the insights of several experts regarding the use of E-Verify, an online system which allows employers to know the work eligibility of applicants in the U.S. Shannon Hickey, an office administrator, expresses her concerns about the consequences if the system failed to provide proper information. Meanwhile, Bruce A. Larson, associate at Fisher & Phillips LLP, mentions the need for employers to conduct a careful employment documenting process to hire right employees.


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