Aerojet Pays Fine, Expands Hiring To Legal Non-U.S. Citizens

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Credit: Aerojet Rocketdyne

Aerojet Rocketdyne has agreed to pay a $37,008 fine to the U.S. government and worked to significantly change its hiring practices to include lawful permanent residents at U.S. sites. “Employers cannot limit positions only to U.S. citizens unless they have a legal requirement to do so,” said...

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