Volume 8, Edition 1, January 2012

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Many employers are now using the government's E-Verify system in order to electronically confirm a new hire's eligibility to work in the United States. By and large, E-Verify participation is voluntary except where required by state law or federal contract.

Your company has just enrolled in E-Verify and you now want to spread the news. Under the E-Verify rules, which of the following is correct?

1. You must notify your state licensing board that your company participates in E-Verify

2. All employees must be informed, either verbally or through email

3. You must display the English and Spanish posters provided by E-Verify

4. You do not have to notify all employees of your participation in E-Verify


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