Anyone who knows people in tech companies hears the stories: companies hire people from overseas all the time in large part to keep from having to pay the high price for American talent. No matter what is said under oath in the Kabuki Theater known as Congressional hearings, it does happen.
In 2020, a complaint was filed against tech giant Facebook, the social media platform we all love to hate, for doing just that thing: hiring foreigners over Americans. This week, the Department of Justice announced the complaint will be allowed to move forward.
“Employers take note: Dept of Justice ALJ allows complaint that Facebook discriminated against US workers …. Case now goes to trial,” said a June 8 tweet by immigration lawyer William Stock.
“As the Court has previously held, allegations of manipulating the hiring practice to disqualify individuals based on citizenship, meet the legal standard in this forum for stating a claim upon which relief can be granted,” said the June 2 decision by the department’s little-known Office of the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer (OCAHO).
“It’s great that OCAHO is doing this, ” responded Bob Heath, a Florida-based tech entrepreneur who has filed several lawsuits against Fortune 500 subcontractors for discriminating against Americans. “The EEOC [Equal Employment Opportunity Commission] needs to jump on board, and the Department of Labor needs to jump on board,” Heath told Breitbart News.
Trump’s complaint said Facebook hid job advertisements from eager American graduates so U.S.-based managers could pretend that the only qualified candidates for the jobs were the company’s growing population of temporary foreign workers who want to get green cards. The lawsuit said the company discriminated against the many thousands of Americans who applied for roughly 2,600 jobs at Facebook…
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