In the waning hours late last week before Congress took its summer vacation, Congress was busy debating (or in some cases, not debating) some key employment bills. These all still require approval from the one side of Congress or the other, but these bills are getting closer to becoming law. (For a refresher on how a bill becomes
Since my original post on the subject of Executive Order 12989 yesterday (and the sweeping effects it will have for all federal contractors), others have also added their comments to the subject. Among some of the notable posts:
Most people think that changes to the laws or the way companies conduct business can only happen through the legislative changes. But an Executive Order effective this week reminds us of the power of Executive Branch.
Effective immediately, all federal contractors must now agree to use E-Verify, an Internet-based system operated by U.S. government, to electronically verify…