(Continued from page 1) Now, however, the accuracy of the system has improved and employers are increasingly seeing it as a tool that would help them tap a legal workforce, she said. “People do want to be on the right side of the law on this,” noted Jacoby. “If you’ve got your family business or big corporate brand at stake, you don’t want to jeopardize that.” Of those who use E-Verify, 79 percent said it has been 100-percent accurate, as far as ...
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