Laws governing employee rights and immigrant workers can be
confusing, but a recent ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court makes some
The court said providing the undocumented worker with back pay
would conflict with U.S. immigration laws, which require employees
to present documents that establish their identities and
authorization to work in the United States.
The employee in the case had provided false documentation to
Hoffman Plastics Compounds, Los Angeles. After being hired, he
tried to organize a union and subsequently was laid off, which is a
violation of the National Labor...
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