Fragomen Statement And Letter From Ad Agency
FRAGOMEN STATEMENT CONCERNING DAVID HUBER'S ALLEGATIONS
David Huber is a committed opponent of immigration. A year before he ever responded to the advertisement in question, he testified in Congress against permitting foreign workers in the U.S.
These are the accurate facts concerning the ad he has publicly described having responded to:
-- The ad Mr. Huber responded to directed him to send his resume to the employer at the employer's street address. It did not refer to Fragomen or direct resumes to Fragomen.
-- The name "M.E. Clarke" -- who is a Fragomen employee -- was used temporarily by the employer's mailroom to identify a mailstop at the employer's request. There was no indication in the ad of any connection between M.E. Clarke and Fragomen.
-- M.E. Clarke provided clerical support to the employer's H.R. function, including collecting resumes to ensure that they would be properly and promptly distributed to the appropriate hiring managers for evaluation.
-- Neither M.E. Clarke nor any other Fragomen employee reviewed or evaluated the resumes received to assess the applicants' credentials.
-- No interview was conducted by any Fragomen employee.
-- No hiring decision was made by any Fragomen employee.
-- Mr. Huber's resume was evaluated solely by the employer, and the employer determined Mr. Huber was not qualified for the job.