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Examining Key Trends in Immigration, Global Mobility

In a wide-ranging interview with Tim O’Shea, VP of Worldwide Consulting Services for Graebel Relocation Services Worldwide, Inc., we had the opportunity to get his thoughts on the results from our 2017 Immigration Trends Report survey of over 400 HR professionals. The survey was conducted by Harris Poll, late last year. Interestingly, the survey shows

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An Inside Look at the Dire Need for Technical Talent

As the talent shortage continues to grow, companies need to focus more on growing a global workforce. Fletcher Wimbush, Chief Hiring Guru at The Hire Talent, has seen it all. Yet, after more than ten years evaluating employee skills, placing candidates in high-level positions and coaching businesses on top hiring practices, even Wimbush is flummoxed by

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Day Without Immigrants – The Movement Trending Across the Nation

Trending on Twitter today is the hashtag #DayWithoutImmigrants. This movement asked foreign-born people nationwide, regardless of legal status, not to go to work or go shopping in a demonstration of the importance of their labor and consumer spending to the United States’ economy. Without people immigrating to the United States, the world would be a

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Employers Plan to Hire More Foreign Nationals Despite Political Uncertainty

Envoy survey reveals anticipated changes to U.S. immigration and trade policies aren’t curbing employers’ plans to hire and mobilize global workforces CHICAGO, Feb. 14, 2017 — Fifty-five percent of employers expect their foreign national headcount to increase during the next year, a 21 percent increase from 2016, according to the Second Annual Envoy Immigration Trends

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Justice Department Attorney Says 100,000 Visas Revoked Due to Travel Ban

According to The Washington Post, an attorney for the government revealed in federal court on Friday, that 100,000 visas have been revoked as a result of President Trump’s ban on travel from seven predominantly Muslim countries. While this number has been disputed by the State Department who say the number is closer to 60,000, it is

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