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What do the 2022 midterm elections and new Congress mean for legislation related to higher education and the workforce?
public policy, legal issues, nace insights
The H-1B is the most common work visa in the United States. Using the H-1B category, U.S. employers are permitted to hire international workers who have at least a four-year U.S. bachelor’s degree or the foreign equivalent, if the individual will work in a position requiring the type of degree that the graduate has.
immigration, legal issues, international students, journal, H-1B
Career center staff should vet job postings as thoroughly as possible before posting them to avoid posts that are fraudulent or discriminatory.
operations, legal issues, journal
When developing advocacy goals for 2021-22, the NACE Advocacy Advisory Committee focused its efforts on DEI and the changing demographic of high school graduates.
legal issues, member voices
Can employers mandate employees and interns to be vaccinated against COVID-19? Can job candidates be asked if they are vaccinated? This article address five common questions about the COVID-19 vaccine as it relates to hiring and employment.
legal issues, journal, coronavirus
Can an employer mandate that its employees (or interns) obtain the vaccination? The answer, not surprisingly, is not a simple “yes” or “no.” The ADA as well as other laws and regulations play a role in determining what, legally, an employer can mandate.
Immigration attorney Mark B. Rhoads answers several critical questions about international students navigating the visa sponsorship process.
immigration, counseling, legal issues, international students, nace insights, H-1B
There are potential benefits to using artificial intelligence (AI) in the recruitment and screening of job applicants and in the hiring process, but there are also legal ramifications that must be understood prior to implementing any AI hiring system.
legal issues, journal
Given the complexity and variety of laws, it is not surprising that employers, applicants, and career services professionals alike are confused about what is and isn’t legal in the case of marijuana—medical and recreational. This article addresses marijuana use as it pertains to some of the most pressing questions surrounding recruiting and hiring.
The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs has started scheduling Vietnam Era Veteran Readjustment Assistance Act-focused reviews.
legal issues, veterans, nace insights, OFCCP