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Cora-Ann V. Pestaina: BALCA SAYS THERE IS NO NEED TO LIST EVERY BENEFIT OF EMPLOYMENT IN JOB ADVERTISEMENTS

"To practitioners who file numerous PERM applications, the Department of Labor’s (DOL) philosophy of solely protecting the U.S. labor market without regard to employers’ efforts, its constantly shifting goal posts, and its frightful game of “gotcha” which we involuntarily...

Radio stunt angers Latino groups; Verizon and AT&T pull ads

"Verizon and AT&T Wireless have pulled their advertising off KFI’s “John and Ken” show in response to a campaign by several Latino groups to drive the controversial radio talk hosts off the air. Vons and Ralphs, which have advertised on the show in the past, have agreed...

BALCA on recruitment via private employment firm

"Where there is no incorrect information, but the advertisement does not contain the content required by Section 656.17(f), it is necessary to engage in a more fact-specific inquiry of the advertisement to determine whether the omission contravenes the employer’s duty to recruit in good faith...

When Is A Tweet An Attorney Advertisement?

"Immigration attorneys have naturally adapted to the internet faster than attorneys in other practice areas. They were the among the first to set up their own web sites , and with the advent of social media have also happily adapted to Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and other social networks. Using...

BALCA on Additional Recruitment, Advertising: Matter of Symantec, En Banc

"This appeal ... presents the issue of whether a Certifying Officer may deny an Application for Permanent Employment Certification (ETA Form 9089) for a position involving a professional occupation if one of the “additional” recruitment steps does not comply with the advertising content...

BALCA on PERM Web Ads: Matter of VLS IT Consulting

Matter of VLS IT Consulting, Inc., Apr. 26, 2016 - "In this case, the Employer’s website advertisement failed to specify the job’s location. When reviewing a similar advertisement, a previous panel determined that, “[a]lthough a statement of the location of the employment might...