Citations with the tag: ILLEGAL aliens -- Employment
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- US immigration agents raided three Los Angeles sweatshops.
Hanson, Cynthia; McLaughlin, Abraham; al, et // Christian Science Monitor; 8/25/95, Vol. 87 Issue 190, p2
Reports the raiding conducted by US Immigration agents on Los Angeles sweatshops on August 23, 1995, in which they arrested many Thai, Mexican and South American immigrants who were working there.
- Labor pains.
Henderson, Rick // Reason; May95, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p18
Reports that the White House wants to hire 570 new Immigration & Naturalization Service and Labor Department investigators to harass and seize the assets of businesses suspected of hiring undocumented workers.
- INS action has employers double-checking records.
Prenon, Mary T. // Westchester County Business Journal; 04/14/97, Vol. 36 Issue 15, p1
Reports that business owners in Westchester County, New York have been prompted by the US Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) to review the documentation of their employees. High rate of non-compliance in Manhattan during the INS's pilot program resulting to arrests of 1,824 illegal...
- Illegal labor: boon or bust?
Manning, S. // Scholastic Update; 5/6/88, Vol. 120 Issue 15, p10
Many Americans are afraid that illegal immigrants will take jobs away from US citizens, such as the poor, minorities, or the young. Others argue that they help our nation's economy because they fill jobs that no one else wants.
- Thai workers freed from California sweatshop.
Laabs, Jennifer J. // Personnel Journal; Sep95, Vol. 74 Issue 9, p12
Reports on the release of undocumented Thai nationals from a sweatshop in El Monte, California. Number of workers freed from slave-like conditions; Possible deportation of nationals; Liability of firms that bought garments from the facility; Charges filed against the sweatshop overseers.
- Aliens working in the US.
Laabs, Jennifer J. // U.S. News & World Report; 7/1/85, Vol. 99 Issue 1, p69
Aliens working in the US are under restrictions. They cannot own a radio or TV station or more than 25% of a domestic airline. They cannot hold jobs with the federal government, and various state and local positions are closed to them. A look at the various duties and privileges which apply to...
- Clinton orders new illegal aliens law.
Laabs, Jennifer J. // American Nurseryman; 4/01/96, Vol. 183 Issue 7, p10
Reports on the signing into law of an executive order by President Bill Clinton which halts the federal contracts of companies that hire illegal aliens. Implications for nursery professionals; Responsibility of the Immigration and Naturalization Service; Exemptions.
- letters to the editor.
Larsen, Jim; Larsen, Barbara; Russo, Mike // RSI: Roofing, Siding, Insulation; May2008, Vol. 85 Issue 5, p10
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Why illegals must stay," by Michael Russo in the March 2008 issue.
- INS sweep nets nearly 3,700 unauthorized workers.
Leonard, Bill // HRMagazine; Oct96, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p8
Reports on the US Immigration and Naturalization Service's (INS) apprehension of illegal immigrant workers in the central United States. Number of workers apprehended and deported; Remarks of INS commissioner Doris Meissner regarding the issue.
- Kansas Plan To Allow Illegal Immigrants To Stay, Work.
Leonard, Bill // Beef Expert Blog; 2/6/2012, p3
The article reports on the plan of a coalition of business groups to propose a new program that will help illegal immigrants to remain in Kansas so they can get jobs in agriculture and other industries with labor shortages.
- Kansas Seeks Waiver for Undocumented Workers to Solve Farm Crisis.
Leonard, Bill // Beef Expert Blog; 1/31/2012, p5
The article focuses on the move by Kansas Agriculture Secretary Dale Rodman to seek a federal waiver that would allow Kansas dairies and feedlots desperate for workers to hire undocumented immigrants.
- Florida man pleads guilty to hiring illegal aliens for agricultural work in Cayuga County.
Leonard, Bill // Business Journal (Central New York); 4/13/2012, Vol. 26 Issue 15, p2
The article reports that Salvador Hernandez of Belle Glade, Florida pleaded guilty for hiring 10 people to work with the Sunrise Labor Inc. he knew were in the U.S. illegally.
- Nannygate revisited.
Leonard, Bill // People; 12/27/93 Special Issue, Vol. 40 Issue 26, p134
Presents nominees for government offices who ran into child-care and househelp controversies. Stephen Breyer; Zoe Baird; Kimba Wood; Christine Todd Whitman; Ron Brown; Charles Ruff.
- The invisible workers.
Bowley, Graham // New Statesman; 12/16/2002, Vol. 131 Issue 4618, p51
Focuses on the employment of illegal immigrants in England as of December 2002. Labor conditions of such immigrants; Countries that experience the same labor conditions; Information on the illegal activities participated by immigrants.
- China gangs.
Bowley, Graham // Newsweek; 5/8/1995, Vol. 125 Issue 19, p7
Reports that Chinese gangsters are smuggling illegal Chinese immigrants into Europe to work in underground sweatshops, restaurants and narcotics rings. Comment by Luigi Magliuolo, head of Italy's anti-mafia investigative unit; Concerns over coexistence of Chinese and Italian mafias.
- What you need to know about employing illegal aliens.
Girasa, Roy J. // Westchester County Business Journal; 6/10/96, Vol. 35 Issue 24, p16
Presents a discussion on government regulations in the United States on the employment of illegal aliens. Important points of Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986; Penalties for violations; Tips for the avoidance of sanctions.
- Consultant guarantees he'll spot all unauthorized immigrants.
Girasa, Roy J. // Enterprise/Salt Lake City; 10/9/95, Vol. 25 Issue 15, p5
Looks at Russell Latimer's services to Utah business owners who are worried about hiring of illegal aliens. Comments from Latimer; Background information on Latimer.
- Eight plead not guilty to sweatshop indictments.
Ellis, Kristi // WWD: Women's Wear Daily; 8/22/1995, Vol. 170 Issue 35, p2
Reports on the plea of not guilty of eight of the nine defendants facing a five-count indictment in connection with the alleged smuggling and enslavement of 72 Thai nationals in an El Monte sweatshop in Los Angeles, California. Charges of conspiracy and concealing and harboring of illegal...
- The top 10 rules for employers.
Ellis, Kristi // Carolina Virginia Farmer; Jan2012, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p13
The article lists rules for employers in the U.S. which include avoiding the hiring of unauthorized alien, enrolling in the E-Verify program and terminating illegal aliens.
- Its time to update your immigration policies.
Flynn, Gillian // Workforce; Mar1997, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p108
Discusses the highlights of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996. Impact of immigration law on employers; Provisions on employer sanctions in the law; Effective employer-sponsored I-9 audit; Changes in documents that would be required for employment...
- US garment industry faces crossroads.
Nifong, Christina // Christian Science Monitor; 11/13/95, Vol. 87 Issue 244, p9
Talks about the state of the garment industry in US. Changes taking place in the production of garments; Slow sale of apparel and the shrinking of retail shops; Details on the growing trends in the garment-industry; Companies which boost productivity with technology and the condition of...
- Skanska on to illegals.
Nifong, Christina // Contract Journal; 6/12/2002, Vol. 413 Issue 6381, p1
Deals with the Stratford Box contract of Skanska for Section 2 of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link which have come under scrutiny after reports of illegal immigrants working on the project. Information on the reports about illegal immigrants working on the project; Response of Skanska to the issue.
- I-9 Audits on the Rise In Obama Administration.
Smith, Allen // HR Magazine; Feb2011, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p13
The article reports on an increase in criminal prosecution of employers who hire unauthorized workers under the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama as the government focuses on audits of Form-I-9 for evidences.
- Filiberto's restaurant to pay record fine of $1.9M to INS.
Ruggless, Ron // Nation's Restaurant News; 05/17/99, Vol. 33 Issue 20, p4
Focuses on Phoenix, Arizona-based Filiberto's Restaurant chain's decision to pay a record fine for hiring undocumented workers. Part of a federal crackdown on employees who hire illegal aliens; United States Immigration and Naturalization Service's search of 15 local units in September 1997.
- The Future of Farm Workers.
Ruggless, Ron // America; 8/2/2010, Vol. 203 Issue 3, p4
In this article, the author discusses the efforts of the United Farm Workers (U.F.W.) to help provide jobs for undocumented immigrants such as the launched of its web site takeourjobs.org and the drafting of the Agricultural Job Opportunities, Benefits and Security bill.
- Raid reveals seamy side of US garment-making.
Nifong, Christina // Christian Science Monitor; 8/16/95, Vol. 87 Issue 183, p1
Reports about illegal Thai immigrants forced to work as slave labor in the garment industry at Los Angeles, California. Raid by Immigration and Naturalization Service at a sweatshop; Findings by Californian Labor Department; Legislative implications on the issue.
- ON THE LEVEL.
Carbajal Jr., Michael // Insurance Advocate; 12/18/2000, Vol. 111 Issue 46, p16
Discusses how the United States (U.S.) insurance companies face the challenge of increasing number of undocumented immigrants. Measures for an increase alien population; Status of employment for illegal immigrants.
- Closing the door on undocumented workers.
Smith, Robert // NACLA Report on the Americas; Jan/Feb98, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p6
Discusses the provisions passed by the United States Congress that have strengthened the exclusionary tendency in ways that diminish the minimal legal protections afforded to undocumented immigrants and the rights of legal immigrants. Proposal to raise the penalties for remaining in the U.S....
- Hiring Hispanics? Watch out!
Smith, Robert // Enterprise/Salt Lake City; 6/5/95, Vol. 24 Issue 49, p18
Editorial. Comments on the risks of employing Hispanic workers in a production line. Falsified documents of illegal aliens; Wariness of discrimination suits.
- Illegal transnational labor.
Orenstein, Catherine C. // Journal of International Affairs; Winter95, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p601
Presents a first-hand account of the predicament of illegal migrant workers in California and the Dominican Republic. Mexican workers in California; Haitian workers in the Dominican Republic; Transnational systems of labor and production; Roots of migration; Boon of illegal labor.
Orenstein, Catherine C. // Nation's Restaurant News; 5/2/2011, Vol. 45 Issue 9, p6
The article reports on the federal court's indictment of Arizona-based Chuy's Mesquite Broiler restaurant chain owners Mark Evenson, his son Christopher Evenson, and chain accountant Diane Strehlow for being involved in unlawful hiring and harboring of illegal aliens.
- Businesses should shield selves now from likely immigration crackdown.
Winters, Howard // Las Vegas Business Press (10712186); 12/17/2007, Vol. 24 Issue 51, p30
The article offers information on how U.S. employers could avoid legal charges due to employment of illegal immigrants. A human resource department should verify employment documents, such as I-forms, and ensure that hires meet employment eligibility. The legal consequences of hiring illegal...
- A Matter Of Maids.
Winters, Howard // Business News New Jersey; 01/16/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p16
Editorial. Comments on Linda Chavez's withdrawal of her nomination to be United States President-elect George W. Bush's secretary of labor following the controversy over her employment of an illegal immigrant as a family nanny. Other government appointees from New Jersey who have had the same...
- Inviting Mexican Guest Workers Into U.S. Would Worsen Problems.
Edwards Jr., James R. // Insight on the News; 8/27/2001, Vol. 17 Issue 32, p46
Comments on the plan of United States President George W. Bush to consider a mass amnesty of illegal Mexican aliens. Ineffectiveness of guest-worker programs; Effect of mass immigration on national productivity; Forecast on the labor productivity of the United States for the year 2003.
- Jury acquits Tyson Foods, three managers in federal case for hiring illegal immigrants.
Edwards Jr., James R. // Nation's Restaurant News; 4/14/2003, Vol. 37 Issue 15, p66
Reports on the acquittal of Tyson Foods Inc. and its managers from allegation of conspiracy to hire illegal immigrants in the U.S. Result of investigations conducted by the U.S. Border Patrol; Statement of Greg Lee, an executive of Tyson; Emphasis on hiring people with proper documentation.
- Employing foreign workers update: Avoiding illegal working.
Mace, Annabel // Employers Law; Dec2010/Jan2011, p14
The article discusses ways on how employers in Great Britain can avoid employing illegal foreign workers. It notes that under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, employers who will be found to have illegally employed alien workers will face a civil penalty reaching 10,000 pounds...
- San Diegans are in a border clash with feds.
Romano, Michael // Restaurant Business; 6/10/95, Vol. 94 Issue 9, p21
Reports on the US Immigration and Naturalization Service's (INS) alleged crackdown on illegal workers in San Diego, California restaurants. United States government's struggle to stem the flow of illegal immigrants from Mexico; INS agents' scouring of I-9 forms used to document the legal status...
- Emus, coyotes and illegals all weigh on family ranch.
Cline, Harry // Western Farm Press; 1/13/2007, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p4
The article comments on the effects of heightened border security against illegal aliens on ranch owners in Texas in 2007. Key issues discussed include the gravity of the illegal-alien problem, as well as suggestions that illegal immigrants be allowed to work in ranches as guest workers to...
- Migrant Workers in Libya.
Gurman, Hannah // Foreign Policy in Focus; 3/23/2011, p3
The article contends that refugees in Libya who are attempting to flee from the violence in the country in early 2011 is an episode in a larger story of abuse and injustice. The author claims that Western governments are apathetic toward the migrant workers, mostly from Asia and Africa, who...
- Thanks to our government Salt Lake City now has one less factory.
Gurman, Hannah // Enterprise/Salt Lake City; 10/2/95, Vol. 25 Issue 14, p22
Opinion. Comments on the relocation of one of two local firms in Salt Lake City, Utah suspected of hiring illegal aliens. View that the firms are being unjustly blamed for hiring illegal aliens; Action of Immigration & Naturalization Service (INS).
- INS to workers: `Your number's up!'.
Gurman, Hannah // Restaurant Hospitality; Feb97, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p22
Reports that Bertucci's ran afoul of the US Immigration and Naturalization Service when it was discovered that 22 of its restaurant employees used invalid alien numbers to gain employment. INS' efforts to spot illegal workers by asking chains to hand over I-9 forms.
- Unions renew call for legalizing illegal workers.
Gurman, Hannah // Indianapolis Business Journal; 12/10/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 39, p27A
Reports the effort of American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations union for the legalization of illegal workers in the United States. Resolution for illegal workers legalizations; Proper treatment of immigrant workers; Security and scrutinity of immigrant workers.
- Heavy Mettle Techs Needed.
McCuistian, Richard // Motor Age; Jul2007, Vol. 126 Issue 7, p80
The article reflects on the lack of dependable automobile technicians in the U.S. It cites the problems posed by undependable employees to repair shops. It argues that employers are forced to hire undocumented workers because too many young adults simply cannot be counted on to show up for work...
- Staying powers.
Tiffen, Nicola // Lawyer; 11/3/2003, Vol. 17 Issue 43, pE5
Focuses on the efforts of the British government to curb illegal workers. Defense against employees illegal workers; Increasing number of young Commonwealth nationals; Changes to the immigration laws aimed at managed migration.
- Does Employing Undocumented Workers Give Firms a Competitive Advantage?
Brown, J. David; Hotchkiss, Julie L.; Quispe-Agnoli, Myriam // Working Paper Series (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta); Feb2012, Issue 2, p1
Using administrative data from the state of Georgia, this paper finds that on average, among all firms, employing undocumented workers reduces a firm's hazard of exit by 19 percent. However, the impact varies greatly across sectors. In addition, a firm is at a distinct disadvantage if it does...
- New program could double raids by INS in New York fashion area.
Wilner, Rich // WWD: Women's Wear Daily; 4/3/1995, Vol. 169 Issue 63, p22
Reports on a federal program to crackdown on the employment of undocumented immigrants in New York City spearheaded by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). Combating of forging of INS documents; Fining of employers who hire illegal aliens.
- Republicans wake a sleeping giant.
Ivins, Molly // Indianapolis Business Journal; 6/5/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 13, p4C
The article comments on the enforcement of a law on illegal immigration by the political party Republican in the U.S. It argues that the trouble of enforcing the law is that Republicans tried to make every illegal immigrants, that are workers, in the country a felon and still hires them for...
- Rolling the ICE dice.
Cobb, Kathy // Fedgazette; Nov2007, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p17
The article explores the increasing role of immigrant workers in the labor markets in the Ninth District, which includes states in midwestern U.S. It describes the dilemmas faced by legal and illegal immigrant workers in the country. It discusses the reasons for the growing number of immigrant...
- The JFK Express.
Jordan, Alexander T. // National Review; 4/17/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p420
The article reflects on the unemployment and poverty issues in New York City. It describes the plight of illegal foreign workers in the city. It discusses the economic implications of employment among the unemployed and disadvantaged Americans. It points out the key difference between illegal...
- African slave labour in Australia?
Nevin, Tom // African Business; Jan2003, Issue 283, p54
Discusses the launch of an investigation on the illegal recruitment of South African workers in Australia as of January 2003. Details of the incident involving South African Oagile Stephen Malothane which prompted Australian authorities to launch the investigation; Investigation on the issuance...