Vote today on new immigration bill | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

If everything goes as scheduled, the House will vote today on a tough new immigration bill. Most significant to business would be the law’s restriction that “would require all employers to participate in a verification system to confirm that a worker or a job applicant has legal status.” This could cause significant bookkeeping hassles for […]


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If everything goes as scheduled, the House will vote today on a tough new immigration bill. Most significant to business would be the law’s restriction that “would require all employers to participate in a verification system to confirm that a worker or a job applicant has legal status.” This could cause significant bookkeeping hassles for […]
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Vote today on new immigration bill

Vote today on new immigration bill | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

If everything goes as scheduled, the House will vote today on a tough new immigration bill. Most significant to business would be the law’s restriction that “would require all employers to participate in a verification system to confirm that a worker or a job applicant has legal status.” This could cause significant bookkeeping hassles for facility managers who rely on illegal immigrants for certain tasks.

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  1. If the Facility Manager is to lazy or inept to verify, he should be fired, plain and simple. The excuse he or she had to use illeagal to do certain tasks and cause them significant bookkeeping hassles is plain lame.

    E-verify was free, and easy to use, and this system provide compliance, and not to fail to mention protects the company from fallout if the illegal snuck through the system.

    Sorry, I do not feel it is a burden on myself as a Facility Management Professional to follow the Rules and Laws of our country. But, I guess many are full of excuses for not doing their jobs to the fullest.

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