Author: Envoy Contributor

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Best Compliance Practices Webinar

Hefty penalty fines are just one consequence of failing to properly comply with immigration laws. Most organizations put forth good efforts to meet USCIS requirements, yet each year unintentionally commit common infractions. What’s the long-term impact? An inability to secure visas for your company and disruptions to business practices, to name a couple. This doesn’t

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What is the impact of Brexit on global mobility?

The United Kingdom’s recent vote to separate from the European Union (EU) was a surprise move for many. While the impact Brexit (shortened from “British exit”) will have on global mobility is still not entirely clear, there will be no immediate change as Britain embarks on the two-year process of cutting ties with the EU. “We won’t know

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Sponsoring Employees? Watch Out for These Causes of Attrition

Preventing attrition goes hand-in-hand with retention. To find out what would prompt sponsored employees to seek employment at a different company, we asked more than 700 visa and green card holders about their professional experiences and preferences when it comes to working for U.S. employers. The study found that recruiters are most likely to target and

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Urban Myths of Immigration: It’s Not Worth the Effort

Over the years, I’ve often been asked to help organizations with their recruitment challenges. Almost always, these challenges center on hiring qualified, skilled workers, such as engineers and IT professionals. The first question I ask is: “Do you hire candidates who need H-1B visa sponsorship?” The answer is always the same. “No, it’s just too

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The social HR series: building your social media strategy

We’re going to let you in on a huge secret: There is a talent shortage in the United States – and it doesn’t look like it’s going away anytime soon. Surprised? Probably not. With the explosive growth in technology and automation as well as the fast rate of retirement of the baby-boomer generation, many companies

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