Using Alternate Wage Surveys for PERMs and H-1Bs: Money Matters - Recording (.MP3)
In light of (and in spite of) recent requests for evidence regarding Level 1 wages for H-1B petitions, it may be time to seriously consider using alternate sources of wage information. This panel of experts will review the regulations regarding alternate wage surveys for both the H-1B and PERM processes, how to strategically use such surveys, and the pitfalls to avoid (both written and unwritten).
- What Is an Alternate Wage Survey? No, Really: What Counts Legally?
- Documents Needed to Prove the Alternate Wage Survey Complies with DOL’s Requirements
- What Should You Consider Before Diving into the Work?
- Employer’s Ability to Obtain/Afford Survey, Historical Data in Survey, Evidence It’s a Good Fit, Geographical Regions Covered, Etc.
- Real World Examples of How to Successfully Use Alternate Wages
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