Office Of Special Counsel For Immigration-related Unfair Employment Practices

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Spring 2014 (pdf) - Also available in Spanish (pdf)

September 2013 (pdf) - Also available in Spanish (pdf)

May 2013 (pdf)

February 2013 (pdf)

4th Quarter 2012 (pdf)

3rd Quarter 2012 (pdf)

2nd Quarter 2012 (pdf)

25th Anniversary Commemorative Issue (pdf)

3rd Quarter 2011 (pdf)

2nd Quarter 2011 (pdf)

1st Quarter 2011 (pdf)

4th Quarter 2010 (pdf)

3rd Quarter Summer 2010

2nd Quarter 2010

Winter 2010

Fall 2008

April 2007

November 2006
(20th Anniversary Commemorative Issue)

October 2005

January 2005

April 2004

INCLUDE A 600 WORD ARTICLE ABOUT OSC IN YOUR ORGANIZATION'S NEXT NEWSLETTER!

Help spread the word about the work of OSC and the anti-discrimination law that it enforces by including a ready-made 600-word article in your next newsletter. Here’s an extract from the article: "The Office of Special Counsel for Immigration-Related Unfair Employment Practices (OSC), in the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, is responsible for enforcing the anti-discrimination provisions of our nation’s immigration law. Employers must know that while they have the obligation to obey immigration law by hiring only authorized workers, they also must not violate anti-discrimination laws when hiring or firing workers. Employers who discriminate or retaliate against workers may be required to hire or re-hire the worker, pay back wages, or change internal policies to avoid further discrimination. Employers also may become liable for monetary fines or the workers’ legal fees." Click here for the full article.

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Updated August 13, 2015