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Employers Should Be Aware of Recent Changes at the Federal Level
September 7, 2017
Over the past month, there have been several changes and announcements made by President Trump’s Administration that employers need to be aware of and watch closely over the next six months.
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DACA Rescission: What you Need to Know
September 6, 2017
On September 4, the Attorney General sent a letter to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) informing DHS of his determination that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is unconstitutional. On September 5, DHS published a memorandum terminating the DACA program.  This announcement has significant consequences for DACA recipients, educational institutions, and the employers of DACA recipients.
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DACA Update: Will the Program Be Terminated?
September 1, 2017
President Donald Trump is expected to announce as early as this week or next week the future of the previous administration’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. News outlets have reported high level meetings this week to review the program’s status, and there is a significant risk that the President intends to announce termination of the program.
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Tweets Follow

Jan 18

What Can Oregon and Washington Employers Do Now That The Supreme Court Ruled? https://t.co/JZFafXvJCA

Jan 17

New @shrm Court Report: 11th Circuit - Additional Compensation for Salaried, Nonexempt Employee Is Permissible https://t.co/JikyMA8Wkz

Jan 13

Split Decision: Supreme Court Throws Out Vaccine Mandate For Large Employers But Revives It For Healthcare Workers https://t.co/P6NIVeiRKG