As a human resources professional, you’re tasked with finding the right talent to help your company prosper.
However, as you work to fill higher-skilled positions, you may need to expand your search into the global job market. This process adds a new and complex element to the hiring process – securing a work visa.
As you gear up for H-1B cap season, it’s important to factor in the employee experience. In our 2018 Immigration Trends Report, HR ranked employee experience as their primary concern. This should come as no surprise – for foreign nationals, H-1B cap season is an anxiety-inducing time, and HR is often the middle-man between employees and legal counsel.
Assigning current employees to a new country for a global assignment can often be an exciting experience. For the employee, they are able to live and work in a new country, while surrounding themselves in a different culture.
However, there are some subject areas you may need to consider before sending employees to a different country.
Toward the end of 2018, the U.S. Department of Labor introduced changes to ETA form 9035 labor condition application (LCA).
Since LCAs must be approved before filing H-1B cap petitions, it’s important you understand these changes and the impacts they may have, especially as you are gearing up for H-1B cap season.
Big data and analytics are vital for making informed, sound business decisions. As such, data factors heavily into managing an immigration program. Talent leaders can formulate better strategies when they use a data-driven approach to immigration and global mobility.
In this exciting webinar, Envoy will showcase immigration trends by the numbers – providing a unique and not-often-seen perspective of immigration.