Talent Management

Covering the intersection of Immigration and Talent teams. Including topics such as, Candidate Eligibility, Stakeholder Training, Role Standardization, Proactive Risk Mitigation, Forecasting/Spending.

Optimizing Learning and Development Commitments for Immigration

As your talent goals and the candidate landscape continue to change, by implementing some of the tips for training you can stay on top of relevant changes and mitigate any erratic surprises in the immigration space. You also might consider revisiting some core immigration program metrics at regular intervals to take full advantage of the work you’ve already done by creating a policy that adds predictability to your immigration program.

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It’s Time to Level-Up Your Immigration Stakeholder Training

Programmatically managing immigration and training all relevant stakeholders can help reduce the likelihood of errors and also maximize investments across the organization. By offering stakeholder training you can mitigate the chance of one point of failure if someone needs to take time off or moves teams suddenly. Training also allows for a more consistent delivery of the company immigration policy from Talent teams and hiring managers to People Operations in order to standardize expectations for the candidates or employees.

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Why building a coalition of immigrant advocates should no longer be a wishlist item

As the pace of work continues to increase, People teams are seeing more of a demand for L&D programs and training to keep their teams up to date with the latest skills and policies. For more nuanced topics, teams are either bringing in subject matter experts or relying more heavily on their vendors to help conduct industry-specific training. 

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How to Begin to Optimize Immigration Risk Mitigation Strategies

While there may never be the perfect immigration risk plan, staying up to date with immigration trends, using data to guide decision-making around sponsorship strategies, and ensuring all key stakeholders are informed and aware of your company's policies are great steps towards proactively mitigating risk within an immigration program.

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Risk Mitigation in an Immigration Program Is Complex and Takes Time

While immigration risk can seemingly present itself in unpredictable times from the outside, once your team establishes some baseline risk mitigation scenarios you can start to see patterns emerge from your immigration program.

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Improve Your Immigration Program by Acknowledging the Risks

When starting to assess risks associated with immigration, it's important to consider as many of the various possible scenarios as possible and understand the probability and potential severity of each situation.

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