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Green Card Sponsorship: Leverage Your Immigration Policy to Attract Talent

The benefits of a global workforce are irrefutable and using immigration-related perks like green card sponsorship can go a long way. Yes, finding the best talent often means expanding the size of the talent pool, but thinking globally also helps increase your organization’s relevancy. And, to be relevant, you need to be able to offer

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Think Globally Starting With Immigration – a DisruptHR talk by Jamie Gilpin

Jamie Gilpin of Envoy talks about how staying competitive means companies need to truly consider immigration as part of their hiring strategy. DisruptHR Chicago, the provocative, forward-thinking group behind the HR industry’s most innovative idea exchange, today announced the speaker line-up for its sold out event, DisruptHR Chicago Spring 2017. The popular and influential event,

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Capitalize on Illinois 2017 Event Recap: Immigration & Workforce Management

Last week, over 200 C-Level IT executives gathered together to celebrate the importance of mentoring and the positive effects IT leaders have in developing future IT and community leaders at the annual Capitalize on Illinois Conference hosted by i.c.stars. This year’s conference focused on the impact immigration has on global workforces, businesses and overall company

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Are Employers Investing More in Global Talent?

Nearly 60 percent of businesses project immigration-related demand going up in the coming years. And they’re putting money on it. That’s what we learned when we partnered with Harris Poll to conduct a nationwide survey of over 400 companies this past winter, covering a multitude of industries and sizes. As businesses look to become even

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Envoy Immigration Trends 2016 survey: Mapping trends in employment-based immigration

We’re thrilled to announce the results of the Envoy Immigration Trends 2016 survey. After interviewing more than 400 HR professionals, we found that although more U.S. companies are making substantial investments in recruiting foreign nationals, the hiring professionals responsible for overseeing the process find the current U.S. immigration system frustrating, opaque and difficult to navigate.

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