WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 2010, 1:00PM CST
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Immigration reform: What now?
Few legislative issues have been so vexing to the processing industry, for so long, as immigration. More than 20 years have passed since the last time Congress successfully addressed the issue, and much has changed since then. Now that comprehensive immigration reform seems on the horizon, in 2011 if not this year, Meatingplace has assembled a panel of experts to address the industry’s key questions: How might the law change? What can the industry do to make its priorities heard? And what should companies do about hiring in the meantime?
Duel on the Hill
As head of a pro-immigration reform business organization, Tamar covers the issue of immigration from a unique perspective. She’ll speak to the legislative unheaval over this issue in April and May, and her expectations for the rest of the Congressional year --- and beyond. MORE
Until reform passes, Part 1
The federal government’s approach to immigration law enforcement has left companies reeling from raids or, most recently, enduring audits of their I-9s. As a former top executive of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, Reed --- now a consultant --- is well-positioned to tell processors what they should expect from the federal government in the absence of comprehensive immigration reform, and how it might change. MORE
Until reform passes, Part 2
As one of the nation’s premier immigration attorneys, Siskind will cover the steps that companies can, and should, take now to stay abreast of regulatory developments in hiring and managing immigrant workers, and how to prepare for changes. MORE