DOJ Sues Bodyshop for Firing American Worker Who Objected to H-1b Hires
"The Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against a staffing agency, charging it with firing a worker for objecting to the firm's preference for hiring foreign nationals with temporary work visas to American citizens," BusinessInsurance.com reports. "The INA's antidiscrimination provision prohibits employers from retaliating against workers who oppose a practice that is illegal under the statute, or who attempt to assert rights under the statute, according to the DOJ."
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