E-Verify releases new Right to Work poster
The Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Immigrant and Employee Rights Section (IER) released a redesigned version of its "Right to Work" poster.
Effective March 3, 2019, the law will prohibit employers in Westchester County from inquiring about an applicant's criminal conviction or arrest record in employment applications, but will permit employers to inquire about an applicant's criminal history after the employee submits an employment application. Before taking any adverse employment action based on the applicant's criminal history,the employer is obligated to perform an analysis of the applicant's criminal record and other factors under New York State Correction Law Article 23-A.
The redesigned poster offers information to prospective and current employees about the legal right to work in the U.S. and a law that protects legally-authorized workers from discrimination based on their citizenship status and national origin.
Employers who participate in E-Verify must display the E-Verify Participation poster and the IER Right to Work poster in English and Spanish in a prominent place that is clearly visible to prospective employees and all employees who will have their employment eligibility confirmed with E-Verify as stated in the E-Verify User Manual.
Source: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
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