You could pay dearly for failing to document your immigrant workers.
Despite the current recession, the restaurant industry will undoubtedly retain its long-term need for immigrant workers. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 2 million of the 23 million foreign-born workers in the U.S. hold food preparation and service jobs, and these workers constitute almost one in four foodservice employees. By law employers must check the identity and employment eligibility documents of each worker within three days of hire, using the Department of ...
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