Employers risk liability under immigration law
- Destination U.S.A. Solomon, Charlene Marmer // Workforce (10928332);Apr97 Supplement Global Workforce, Vol. 76, p18
Focuses on the oversight by American companies on the importance of preparing their expatriates for the different cultural and business climate in the country. Number of expatriates coming to the United States annually; Aspects to consider in preparing incoming assignees for the culture shock;...
- Employers risk liability under immigration law. Sturtivant, Karen // People Management;02/06/97, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p44
Advises British companies of their legal obligation when employing anyone who is not a British or European Union citizen. Potential fine for employer per illegal worker; Details on the term `work permit;' Entry for citizens of countries in the European Economic Area (EEA); Loopholes on work...
- Don't ask them, they just work here. Gillespie, Nick // Reason;Mar94, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p21
Reports on the increasing number of nonimmigrant foreign workers. Forms of employment covered by nonimmigrant recruitments; Labor importation as an indication of free trade.
- Foreign assignments: Why the high failure rate? Gray, Andrew // Business Horizons;Sep/Oct91, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p11
Offers a look on some reasons why many foreign assignments of headquarters personnel by domestic corporations go so badly. Basic requirement for a foreign assignment for a corporate executive.
- Skills possessed by legally admitted immigrants. // American Enterprise;Mar/Apr95, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p19
Presents data on the nature of occupation immigrants are involved in the United States for 1993. Includes homemaker; Professional or executive; Unemployed or retired; Student; Laborer; Fabricator; Operator; Service worker.
- The decline in immigrant entry earnings: Less transferable skills or lower ability? Duleep, Harriet Orcutt; Regets, Mark C. // Quarterly Review of Economics & Finance;Spring97 Special Issue, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p189
Discusses the results of a study which identified the decline in the number of entry earnings of immigrant cohorts between the period of 1960-1980. Suggestions made from the results of the study; Analysis of the study's results; Reason for the decline; Techniques used in sampling; Reference...
- Immigrant performance in Germany: Labor earnings of ethnic German Migrants and Foreign Guest-Workers Schmidt, Christoph M. // Quarterly Review of Economics & Finance;Spring97 Special Issue, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p379
Focuses on the influx of immigrant labor after World War II, in countries in Western Europe, Germany. What was cited as a characteristic of immigrant flow; Comparison of immigrant groups to control groups of native workers; Analysis of data collected on immigrant labor.
- Worker turnover, farm labor contractors, and IRCA's impact on the California farm labor market. Taylor, J. Edward; Thilmany, Dawn // American Journal of Agricultural Economics;May93, Vol. 75 Issue 2, p350
Analyzes trends in farm worker turnover to indirectly test the hypothesis that the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) reduced the flow of immigrants into agriculture between 1984 and 1990. Farm labor; Illegal aliens; Immigration; Employer sanctions.
- The labor debate. Silverstein, Ken // Scholastic Update;11/19/93, Vol. 126 Issue 6, p16
Discusses the debate over illegal immigrants in the United States. Calls from certain circles for stricter immigration laws; Statistics on labor, economy and prisons; Arguments of immigration advocates; Border Patrol funding from President Bill Clinton.