(G.N.S) DT.14 A US-based IT staffing company has been asked to pay over $300,000 (over Rs. 2cr) to 12 H-1B employees for paying them far below their salary and imposed a penalty of over $45,000 (Rs. 32L) for violating the labor provisions.The US Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division (WHD) found the Redmond-based company had violated the labor provisions of the H-1B visa program.Investigators found that the company paid entry-level wages
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