The following is a guest blog post by James C. Anderson of Triebsch & Frampton, APC, in Turlock, California. Mr. Anderson practices in the areas of labor law, employment law for management, business transactions, and civil litigation.
Many California employers use the federal electronic employment verification system, better known as E-Verify, to validate whether the employees they hire are authorized to work in the United States. E-Verify has been a relatively easy and low-risk verification system to use, but that may change with a new law that penalizes the use of E-Verify to check the employment authorization status of someone who hasn’t been offered employment. Continue reading