As federal lawmakers consider mandated screening of all new hires, restaurant operators are seeing the value of using the E-Verify system as a tool that could help them avoid hiring undocumented workers, according to a survey released Tuesday by the National Restaurant Association. The survey looked at use of the E-Verify system, a federal program to screen job applicants for work eligibility, among 789 restaurant operators across the foodservice spectrum, from large chains to small ...

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