The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and its E-Verify division have updated the mandatory Right to Work poster. Employers participating in E-Verify must replace previous versions of the posters with the updated version.
The redesigned Right to Work poster seeks to better inform current and prospective employees about their legal right to work in the U.S.
As has been traditionally required, E-Verify employers must display the updated Right to Work posters along with the Notice of E-Verify Participation in a place that is clearly visible to current and prospective employees who will have their employment eligibility verified with E-Verify.
The poster must be displayed in both English and Spanish. While some states have specific laws that require employers to use E-Verify, it is primarily a voluntary program in California. However, employers with federal contracts must use E-Verify and accordingly are required to display the revised Right to Work and E-Verify posting.
We advise E-Verify employers to replace their Right to Work postings as soon as possible. A PDF of the updated Right to Work poster, in English and Spanish has been attached to this email.
Please contact Brent Yarkin, a SHRM Certified Professional and RGEB’s HR Services Team Lead, with questions on how to improve your business’s people operations processes at 818-444-7722 or email@example.com.
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