Author: Alan Aronoff

Already mandatory for federal contractors, some state contractors and companies that want to participate in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) Optional Practical Training program, E-Verify could soon become mandatory for all U.S. employers. The system could replace Form I-9. The Bill recently written...

As Uber, Lyft and other "Ride Hailing" companies work in our cities, driver-safety and one’s potential criminal record has come into the spotlight. In recent months, stronger legislation has been put in place—most recently, Governor Jerry Brown of California has pushed for background checks to go...

Washington, D.C., is the latest jurisdiction to consider legislation to prevent employers from conducting credit history screens for most job applicants. Currently 11 states, New York City and Chicago have passed legislation limiting the use of credit checks in the hiring process. The states include California,...