Food service provider Centerplate must pay $250,000 to settle charges of illegal employment verification practices. They engaged in treating working-eligible non-US Citizens differently than US Citizens during the employment verification process. This is the third highest paid settlement in Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) history. Centerplate is based in Spartanburg, South Carolina, and is one of the largest hospitality companies in the world and has over ten thousand employees that work around the world. Centerplate reached the agreement with the Justice Department.
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As part of third highest settlement in INA history, food service provider Centerplate to pay $250,000 to settle charges of illegal employment verification practices | Employment Law Daily