Topic: h-1b

In the Workplace: Latest Need-to-Know Employment Law News

What’s new for employers? Plenty. Like gender discrimination lawsuits, EEOC investigations, Facebook firings, FMLA developments, employment visa news, whistleblower claims, healthcare reform, and much more. For your information, here’s a roundup of recent employment law updates from lawyers and law firms on JD Supra: Second Circuit Vindicates Concepcion in Gender Discrimination Case (Sedgwick LLP): “In… Read more »

Latest Need-to-Know in Immigration Law

For business owners and HR managers, a quick look at three top stories in immigration law: comprehensive immigration reform, the 2014 H1-B visa season, and SEC fraud charges in the E-B Immigrant Investor Program. For your reference, from immigration and employment lawyers on JD Supra: 1. Immigration reform is poised to become a reality: “The… Read more »

H-1B Visa Cap Reached: What Options Remain for Businesses That Missed the Cut?

On November 22, US Citizenship and Immigration Services announced that the cap of 65,000 applications for 2012 H-1B visas had been met, and that petitions received after that date would be rejected. What does this mean for employers seeking work visas for foreign nationals in 2012? The short answer: they have to wait until April 1,… Read more »