Tag Archives: Certification

PERM EB3 Labor Certification Approval for French Staff Accountant Beneficiary and Research Foundation Company Petitioner in Washington DC

CASE: PERM Labor Certification    EMPLOYER:  Research Foundation in Washington, D.C.BENEFICIARY: French Staff Accountant   Our client is from France. His current employer was willing to do an immigration petition for him, third-preference. Our client has a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and … Continue reading

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Sales Representatives Get Certification On Failure To Include Commissions In Overtime Class Action: A Cautionary Tale

It is vital for employers to remember that when non-exempt employees earn commissions, those commissions must be included in the computation of their regular rate when they work overtime. The inclusion of the commissions bumps up the regular rate a … Continue reading

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Passport Revocation Update: Over 436,000 Taxpayers Meet “Certification” Criteria

Many of my readers already know that one’s US passport is in serious jeopardy if a taxpayer has what is called “seriously delinquent tax debt”.  First, some brief background on the law and how it particularly affects Americans living and … Continue reading

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Class Certification Denied (for now) in PwC Age Discrimination Case

Accounting giant PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) won a victory last week when a federal judge ruled that a lawsuit alleging  PwC engages in systemic age discrimination in hiring cannot be filed as a  collective  action. Judge Jon S. Tigar of the U.S. District … Continue reading

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Court upholds Revocation of CNA Certification for tying nursing home resident’s wheelchair to handrail

A Certified Nurses’ Aide who worked in a New Jersey nursing home has lost her Certification for tying a resident’s wheelchair to the hallway handrail, causing agitation, distress and confinement of the resident. The act was found to constitute abuse & neglect, … Continue reading

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