Human Resource & Labor News
www.agc.orgSept. 26, 2013 | Issue No. 5-13
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Government Contracting
AGC to Hold Webinar on OFCCPís New Veteran & Disabilities Rules Nov. 7
OFCCPís New Affirmative Action Rules Effective March 24, 2014
Appeals Court Reinstitutes Michigan Law Banning Government-Mandated PLAs
AGC Requests Further Clarification of Guidance on Application of Davis-Bacon to Survey Crews
Labor Relations
Union Rights to Access Jobsites Addressed in AGCís First Open Shop Web Meeting
Collective Bargaining So Far This Year Yields Average First-Year Increase of 2.2 Percent
Union Contractorsí Next Conference Call Will Take Place Oct. 28 and Feature Info on Health Care Reform
NLRB Returns to Full Slate of Confirmed Members
Employee Benefits
October 1 Date for Affordable Care Act Notice Looms Despite Employer Mandate Delay
Labor Department Issues Guidance on Same-Sex Marriages and Employee Benefit Plans
Immigration
E-Verify Issues New Further Action Notice
HR Education
Why Should You Attend AGCís 2013 Construction HR and Training Professionals Conference?
Immigration
E-Verify Issues New Further Action Notice
 

For employers that use E-Verify, on Sept. 9, 2013, the Tentative Nonconfirmation Notice (TNC) and Referral letter were combined to create the new Further Action Notice and Referral Date Confirmation.  The new notice provides employees with information and instructions related to TNCs and how to resolve them.

According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the agency that governs the use of E-Verify, if a TNC is issued after an employer enters an employee’s data into E-Verify, E-Verify will generate a Further Action Notice that will include the employee’s information as it was entered.  The notice explains the reason for the TNC and the employee’s right to contest it.  Should the employee decide to contest the TNC, the Referral Date Confirmation will appear once the employer has referred the case.  The employer must then select the language of the Referral Date Confirmation, print and give it to the employee.  The Referral Date Confirmation gives the date by which the employee must visit Social Security Administration (SSA) or contact DHS to resolve the issue.

E-Verify is an internet-based system that compares information from an employee's Employment Eligibility Verification form (Form I-9), to data from DHS and SSA.  Additional information on E-Verify is available in the Labor & HR Topical Resources section of the AGC website.  Select “Other Legal Issues” from the pull-down menu and “Immigration & Employment Eligibility” from the second one.  
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