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Types of U.S. Work Visas | What You Need to Know

Many foreigners come to the United States to find work, either on a temporary or permanent basis. However, almost all jobs require proof of eligibility to work in the U.S., which means that those who were not born in the United States must have the appropriate visa in order to hold a job here. In...

Undocumented Workers’ Rights in NYC

In 2014, there were 1.15 million undocumented immigrants in NYC and the surrounding areas. While many people seem to believe that these immigrants are stealing jobs from Americans, they are actually doing the jobs Americans do not want to do. Because of their immigration status, undocumented workers are often discriminated against and treated poorly. They...

Freelancer and Independent Contractor Law

Sometimes it can be hard for a person to hold a regular 9-5 job due to their schedule. Many people enjoy working from home at their convenience because they have family duties, a lack of transportation, or other obligations. Because of this, many people pick up freelance work. Freelancing is becoming quite popular. Many of...

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month, making this the perfect opportunity to recognize those who work hard despite their differing abilities. Millions of Americans suffer from mental and physical disabilities that can make employment challenging. Fortunately, there are many companies that go out of their way to hire these workers and accommodate their different...

Are Severance Payments Required When Laid Off?

While the economy is good at the moment, some companies are not so lucky. Some businesses cannot compete in the current market. As a result, many are forced to close down, leaving employees without jobs and income. Layoffs happen in companies of all sizes. Nobody is immune. Many employees are under the impression that they...

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