- US Trump administration filed a lawsuit on the giant Facebook
- Allegations of discrimination against US citizens in hiring
- Donald Trump is running in the last month of his term
Of america Donald Trump) Administration on Thursday the legendary social media company Facebook Has filed a lawsuit and has accused of discriminating against the American people in high-paying jobs. It has been said in the charge that the company helps immigrant workers keep them on high salary while does not provide opportunities to American people.
The US Department of Justice lawsuit has opened up a new front against tech companies. This action is being seen as a part of President Trump’s immigration policy. President Donald Trump is in the last month of his term.
The lawsuit alleged that Facebook has offered jobs to a total of 2600 people from January 2018 to September 2019, whose average salary is $ 1.56 lakh.
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Assistant Attorney General Eric Driband of the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division said in an official statement making the allegations public, “Facebook set aside separate locations for temporary visa holders, rather than considering willing and qualified American workers, willfully discriminating And engages in violations of law at the international level. “
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The Justice Department official alleged that Facebook has reserved posts for candidates with H1-B visa-skilled workers or other temporary visas. The allegation also states that Facebook has not posted vacancy on its website Offers jobs directly to visa holders.
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