In order for organizations to grow and compete in the increasingly global marketplace, its leaders must leverage international resources to acquire, mobilize and retain talent. When executed successfully, the result is a truly world-ready workforce that propels companies to newer, lasting heights.Show Me How
As maintaining a global workforce becomes increasingly essential for staying competitive, HR will play a crucial role in developing the plans and processes for moving the organization forward. To explore this key trend in depth, here are insights from the top HR leaders, consultants and executives.Give Me the Power
Do you know what’s really happening with your global workforce? These global workforce trends will surprise you. Arm yourself with the tools to be strategic in acquiring and managing great talent. Envoy rounded up fascinating global workforce trends. Read them to gain insights into your strategy and how to improve it.See the Infographic
To effectively attract and retain top global talent, it’s crucial to have a full picture of what drives them. In Global Talent Perspectives 2016, we asked more than 700 green card and visa holders about their values when seeking employment and their plans for the future.Gain Insights
Employers are placing substantial value on the role of foreign nationals within their organizations, but are experiencing increasing difficulty navigating the current U.S. immigration system. This is according to our Immigration Trends 2016 report, which reflects the insights of more than 400 employers across the United States.See Trends
STEM jobs unfilled in the U.S. by 2018 1
of businesses site the skills gap as the number one reason they hire foreign nationals 3
shortage of engineers by 2020 2
say sourcing foreign nationals is important to their hiring strategy 3
1 Smithsonian Science Education Center; 2 Manufacturing Institute and Deloitte; 3 Immigration Trends Survey
Envoy offers the only enterprise platform that makes it seamless for companies to hire and manage a global workforce — from applying for work permits and visa sponsorships, to mobilizing and retaining international employees.
“In order for us to operate as a truly global business, it’s important that our talent is able to seamlessly mobilize cross-border.”— Ashley Perez, HR consultant at SimCorpDownload the Case Study
“What drives me is the desire to get the right skillset for the company and do everything possible to make this an easy process for the associate.” — Jo Ann Rainwater, senior HR generalist at AsurionDownload the Case Study
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