Talent Management

Pertaining to the intersection of Immigration and talent teams. Including, but not limited to, Candidate Eligibility, Stakeholder Training, Role Standardization, Proactive Risk Mitigation, Forecasting/Spending.

Optimizing Your Immigration Budgeting Process

For budgeting and forecasting, you use historical spending data and future max-out dates to help you make accurate projections of future spending. As a result, you can anticipate the next steps in the immigration process and know the costs associated with each international hire. You can also leverage that data to refine your immigration policy and practices to ensure there is a positive ROI and that your policies are relatively competitive across industry peers.

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Creating a Reliable Spending Strategy for Your Emerging Immigration Program

As one of the critical metrics to help you assess the effectiveness of your recruiting efforts, the cost per hire can vary greatly for international employees. And while the investment in international talent is worth it for the skills it brings into your organization, you need better tools for budgeting and forecasting immigration costs.

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Getting Your Chaotic Immigration Spending Under Control

If it feels like your process for tracking spending varies tremendously for each international candidate, it may be time to consider re-evaluating how to create an immigration budget. By building your understanding of key levers of immigration costs and how your historical sponsorship costs add up you can more accurately forecast the future.

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Optimizing Your Candidate Assessment and Immigration Processes

With guidelines in place to help Talent teams gather candidate immigration information, you now have a repeatable process to help mitigate the risk of surprise immigration issues late in the recruiting process. Providing training and resources to guide the talent acquisition team will help to ensure you address any gaps in your program and deliver a consistently positive candidate experience across your entire organization.‍

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Strengthening Your Strategy for Determining Candidate Immigration Eligibility

You have taken clear steps to standardize the process of determining candidate immigration options, but the next challenge is ensuring recruiting teams use it consistently. Thankfully, bringing more structure and consistency to the way you handle candidate immigration eligibility can result in a smoother hiring process and help you gain more clarity about start dates. By continuing to build on your existing talent acquisition program you can create more transparency and build more predictability.

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Bringing Consistency to a Chaotic Talent Acquisition and Immigration Process

If you are relying on an ad-hoc and reactive immigration process, you can experience delays that will only slow down your ability to fill open positions with best-fit candidates. Worse, you can end up moving candidates through the interview and selection process, only to find out later that they don’t have viable immigration options. When your organization routinely recruits non-U.S. workers you need mechanisms in place to facilitate well-rounded candidate assessments.

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