Authority to Work

We strive to be good corporate citizens. Therefore, we will not hire, recruit or refer for a fee, anyone not legally authorized to work in the country in which employment is sought. It is our responsibility to inspect, verify and document the identity and employment authorization of every new associate, including associates on global assignment in a country different from their home country. We also are responsible for re-verifying the continuing employment eligibility of each associate by requesting further documentation when the initial work authorization has expired.

All persons we hire or send on a global assignment to a country other than their home country, must provide proper documentation and verification of their authorization to work in the country where they are to be employed.

In complying with immigration laws, it is important that we follow our policy against employment discrimination on the basis of national origin or possible citizenship status.

We require all employment agencies, contractors and others doing business with us to fully comply with all immigration laws.

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