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H. Salgado, Kyle D.
As the world economy expands with increasing global connections,
we find that more and more of our clients operate in foreign locations or hire
foreign workers. There are a number of statutes and rules to be aware of, both
on a State and Federal level, when hiring foreign workers. We provide a summary
of issues and areas to think about if your company is moving into this arena.
When hiring foreign workers in-state, employers should be
aware of the following issues:
When hiring employees in other countries, employers
should be aware that there are US laws that are applicable to employment
abroad, as well as the foreign country's possibly very different labor and
For more information about this eAlert, or for assistance
in complying with these laws, please contact the authors, Pam Salgado and Kyle Sciuchetti, or
Group of Bullivant Houser Bailey PC.
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