guest workers

That's ironic because the countries he thinks get it right actually welcome more people.
If a company is done with an employee, guest workers often find themselves stranded in the U.S. without a job. After five years as an H-1B, employers are required to start paying social security, so the worker becomes less attractive. When the job is over, so is the visa, making them into illegals. Their staffing company may h
Unless Ms. Fiorina fesses up to having contributed to the problem how can she be trusted with providing solutions to the wretched state of affairs facing current and future generations of American workers?
It is no secret among a broad cross-section of the American populace that the yawning chasm between rich and poor, a diminishing middle class, workers suffocating under stagnating wages, and the wildly disproportionate amount of wealth concentrated in the hands of the nation's wealthiest one percent is clear evidence of a dysfunctional democracy.
Our immigration system has put all of the cards in the hands of employers and allowed them to wield entirely too much power over millions of captive and exploitable workers in our labor force.
But advocates don't dispute Sanders' commitment to comprehensive reform.
Researchers at the labor federation found that Walmart has been submitting a growing number of applications for H-1B visas
The workers are now suing the Los Angeles bakery and its owners, a Filipino couple, accusing them of misusing a little-known
The headline is a quote from Republican Rep. Ken Buck, making us proud just hours before he was sworn in today as a U.S. Representative from Colorado.
Gorney writes: Reporter Cynthia Gorney and photographer Jonas Bendiksen report for the January issue of National Geographic