They want your investment dollars.
Yet at the same time they deny your child the ability to build their own future simply because they would rather hire a non-immigrant guest worker on a H-1B instead of your child.
Happy Thursday everyone, and welcome to Labor of Law. Lawyers for gig companies are grappling with a stream of regulatory developments. Plus: Deloitte’s expanded its U.S. legal ambitions in an alliance with Epstein Becker. Janet Dhillon’s issued her first public statement as EEOC chairwoman. And T. Rowe Price is suing over an H-1B denial. Scroll down for Who Got the Work, and more. I’m Mike Scarcella in Washington and you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org and on Twitter @MikeScarcella. Thanks for reading!
Don’t believe there use of the H-1B is denying your child the opportunity to be all that they can be?
This chart shows who is getting the jobs when we compare Native Born Americans and Foreign Born Workers.