Written By Thomas Ahearn
As part of the $38.2 billion in discretionary funds requested for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the White House DHS budget proposes $124 million for the government’s E-Verify employment eligibility verification system, according to a news article posted on FedWeek.com available at http://www.fedweek.com/item-view.php?tbl=15&ID=141.
FedWeek.com reports the proposed funding will “support, expand, and enhance” E-Verify while bolstering the system’s fraud prevention and detection capabilities and providing for additional customer service enhancements. More than 500,000 employers are currently enrolled in E-Verify and the program continues to grow by approximately 1,500 new employers each week.
A Designated E-Verify Employer Agent such as Employment Screening Resources® (ESR) can help employers with E-Verify compliance to ensure newly hired employees are legally eligible to work in the United States. For information about Form I-9 and E-Verify services from ESR, visit http://www.esrcheck.com, call toll free 888.999.4474, or email [email protected].
About Employment Screening Resources® (ESR):
Founded by safe hiring expert Attorney Lester Rosen in the San Francisco, CA-area in 1997, Employment Screening Resources® (ESR) – ‘The Background Check Authority®’– provides accurate and actionable information that empowers employers to make informed hiring decisions for the benefit of their organizations, employees, and the public. CEO Rosen literally wrote the book on background checks with “The Safe Hiring Manual” and ESR is accredited by The National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS), a distinction held by a small percent of screening firms. ESR provides Effortless Legal Compliance, Proven Expertise, Less Work/Lower Cost, Results You Can Trust, and Painless Migration. To learn more about ESR, visit http://www.esrcheck.com, call toll free 888.999.4474, or email [email protected].
About ESR News:
The Employment Screening Resources® (ESR) News blog – ESR News – provides employment screening information for employers, recruiters, and jobseekers on a variety of topics including “Ban the Box,” credit reports, criminal records, data privacy, discrimination, E-Verify, jobs reports, legal updates, negligent hiring, workplace violence, and use of search engines and social network sites for background checks. For more information about ESR News or to send comments or questions, please email ESR News Editor Thomas Ahearn at [email protected].