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“Employment Law Today” – Weekly Talk Radio Show: Employers and Immigration Post-Covid

Between the new Administration and the Covid-19 pandemic, employers need to know the latest immigration laws and policy changes for business owners and employees.

Join me and my guest, immigration law Attorney Pablo Velez, for a discussion of what the landscape looks like for employers and employees alike under the latest immigration laws and practices by US Citizenship And Immigration Services (USCIS).

About Pablo Velez:

By Segment

5:23 – 18:37 – Eric starts the show by introducing his guest and topic for the night. In this episode Eirc and his guest, Immigration law attorney, Pablo Velez discuss the current state of employers and immigration policies post covid. Eric talks about Pablo’s experience in law and his education background. Pablo is managing member and co-founder of Velez & Cipriano, PLLC Managing Member firm. Pablo went on to give a brief insight on his background and history and how he got involved in immigration law. Before the first break, Eric and Pablo talked about the changes in immigration law and how it affects employers and employees.

20:50 – 35:22 – Coming back from the break, Eric and Pablo continued the discussion on the changes in immigration laws since covid. Pablo talked about a clogged system that focused on policies that would make the application process harder or longer. Eric asks Pablo his opinion of the amount of new changes to the in policies since the start of covid. Pablo discussed the mandatory universal travel ban and the recommendations from CDC pre vaccine. He mentions how after further research and successful vaccines CDC possibly influenced Biden’s administration to lift travel restrictions.

38:01 – 48:31 – Coming back from the break Eric asks Pablo a question regarding how Biden’s administration’s policies changes impact companies hiring regulations. Pablo wouldn’t describe Biden’s administration as groundbreaking changes. In his opinion he thinks he is reverting back to old policies pre Trump administration. Pablo also talked about how the laws were outdated and how it can affect today’s entrepreneurs. For example there’s no provision on remote employment. He talks about the challenges lawyers face when advising clients with outdated laws.

50:01 – 59:18 – In the last segment Eric asks Pablo a couple of questions regarding employers and immigration laws. Pablo talks about the responsibility of government agencies and the challenges employers might face in the process. Pablo discusses how his firm advocates for both employers and employees depending on the angle. Towards the end of the segment Pablo gave a number to reach him and his firm. He also left an email to contact him for further concerns.

About Employment Law Today

Helping Business With Employment Law Issues.

For many business owners, it can be overwhelming to keep up and comply with the federal and state labor and employment laws that govern how they run their business.  With the COVID-19 pandemic, there are new laws and regulations regarding hiring, firing, and workplace practices and protocols — all of which can increase business owners’ anxieties about regaining traction or thriving again.  On my weekly show, we will be discussing the most common employment law related questions and challenges that business owners have been facing in these uncertain times.

The show will have three main goals: (1) to inform businesses about employment law updates, (2) to inspire businesses by giving them the tools to move forward, and (3) to demonstrate how some business owners have overcome their employment law problems, walked through the challenges imposed by this pandemic, and have taken steps to regain traction during the reopening phases of this pandemic.

Our guests will include professionals who advise businesses from an H.R., legal, and financial perspective, along with thriving business owners who will share their experiences and insights into running a successful company while complying with labor and employment law mandates during COVID-19.