A Glimpse Into the Immigration Crystal Ball

Anyone who has dealt with the Immigration Service or ICE over the past 2 years would agree that we are living in a fairly contentious pro-enforcement immigration environment. In looking forward to 2019, our crystal ball tells us to expect more of the same. The trend of deliberately voluminous and combative Requests for Evidence from View Article →

GDPR and Business Continuity ― Why You Must Care

The recent fining of Google by France for violations of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has prompted increased interest in this globally sweeping regulation. Companies anywhere in the world that deal with EU citizens are subject to GDPR. Google was fined $57 million proving that GDPR’s reach is long, its bite deep and not View Article →

Yabba Dabba Don’t

Is your business living in the Stone Age like the Flintstones of Bedrock? While it’s humorous to watch Fred and Barney get into minor scrapes and conflicts, we doubt you want your business to go through similar incidents when it comes to your business technology. The risks of living in the technological “Stone Age” with View Article →

Englewood Health Offers a Comprehensive Executive Wellness Program

A routine annual physical tries to spot potential health difficulties before they become substantial problems. The Braverman Family Executive Wellness Program goes even further, including tests and procedures that typically are beyond the reach of a family doctor’s office. Our executive wellness program is designed to provide a comprehensive head-to-toe assessment and wellness evaluation, all View Article →

ABC’s of H-1Bs: H-1B Filing Season Gets Into Full-Swing for H-1B Employers and Prospective H-1B Employees

Based on the new rule proposed on December 3rd, USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) plans to eliminate the current requirement that employers file cap-subject H-1B petitions during the first week of April. Instead, should the regulation become effective in 2019, employers will be given a 15-day period at least 2 weeks prior to View Article →