IBM settles with U.S. over alleged discrimination in job ads that showed preference for visa holders
Posted on 20-Oct-2013
Topics: Effects of Immigration on American Workers
From Computer World:
The U.S. Dept. of Justice and IBM have settled charges the company posted job ads with a preference for visa holders, something the government says is discriminatory.
The online job ads for application and software developers included "citizenship status preferences for F-1 and H-1B visa holders," said the Justice Dept., in a statement Friday.
 "IBM settles with U.S. over alleged discrimination in job ads", Patrick Thibodeau. Computer World, 30-Sep-2013