Immigration policy is front and center as one of our nation’s most challenging and controversial policy debates for 2019. With the continuing swirl of discussion on the topic, it can be difficult to determine the potential impact of policy changes, not only for people, but also for the U.S. economy. When you look beyond the […]
Jason Fry has over 15 years of experience in pre-employment regulatory compliance with specific focus in employee screening and work eligibility verification. He is responsible for guiding the strategic direction and financial performance of the state and federal tax credits and incentives services. He also focuses on compliance and risk mitigation for workforce regulatory issues, guiding development of Form I-9 and E-Verify product enhancements. Earlier in his career, Jason worked for the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, Georgia State University’s College of Law, the Clayton County Solicitor General’s Office and a private civil litigation law firm. Jason received his law degree from Georgia State University and is a member of the State Bar of Georgia.