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Green Card Sponsorship as a Tool 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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Work Permits and Business Travel Requirements

Short-term business travel and understanding which work permits to obtain can be a gray area for global companies. It’s no wonder 33 percent of businesses said that understanding the difference between simple business travel and work permit-required travel was their biggest compliance challenge. That’s what we discovered when we asked 442 HR professionals and hiring

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What Does Global Mobility Have to do With Retention?

CEOs around the world – at least two-thirds of them, according to PwC’s recent mobility report – believe that talent is likely to be found through internal promotion within the company. There’s a growing understanding that talent development is crucial to retention, and part of that development includes meeting expectations for global talent mobility. Global

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Australia Cracks Down on Skilled Labor Immigration

Just as in the U.S., Australia is readying itself for big changes to its skilled labor immigration.  While President Trump’s immigration reform, dubbed “Buy American, Hire American” requires several agencies, including the Departments of State, Labor, Justice and Homeland Security, to tighten restrictions on H-1B visas here, Australia’s Turnbull administration is taking similar steps to protect

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How Technology Can Help Your Organization With Compliance

The process of employment-based immigration is complicated and ever changing. Each country has differing rules, regulations and processes for employers and employees to follow in order to temporarily work legally in that country, making it difficult to focus on compliance. China, for example, changed its immigration program in 2013, and today, only four years later,

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