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Court Renders Recent Decision Involving H1B Back Pay Award
Court Renders Recent Decision Involving H1B Back Pay Award

The US Department of Labor Office of Administrative Law Judges (OALJ) issued a recent court decision dated January 18, 2013 that illustrates legal issues regarding H1B wages and when employers must pay non-productive employees. This case, Administrator, Wage and Hour ...

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