An employer has extended a job offer with the condition that I switch my personal banking from one institution to another. They claim that they do this to simplify their internal payroll procedures. I happen to know that such requirements are illegal, and that the employer is required to remain more flexible in regards to how they pay me. How should I proceed?
Some relevant info from OP comments:
[The company has] nothing to do with banking at all
I pointed out the guidelines they were supposed to follow when hiring within my state. On a conference call with a V.P. the other day they claimed that, since they have some employees that are outside of the U.S., they are "international" and therefore don't have to obey U.S. law, and that since I'm an individual I should be afraid to pursue this matter with any law enforcement, as they may be able to sue with a counterclaim for wasting their time
I've been looking for positions in the same field and discovered there are businesses that appear legitimate but warn they will refuse to hire based on where an employee does their personal banking