Allegiant’s annual immigration volume grew 4x from 2013 to 2015, with the company’s total headcount growing from 1,600 to 2,800 employees (+75%). As a result the immigration function was overwhelmed with immigration-related tasks (e.g. signatures, email coordination, file storage), even with the support of outside counsel. The time spent on immigration management reduced the time their Talent Services team could spend on other key initiatives. Moreover, in order to sustain rapid growth, Allegiant needed to solidify its immigration program to incorporate long-term employee sponsorship.
“Immigration used to feel like a full time job. Bridge has transformed our process and made Allegiant’s HR team significantly more efficient.”
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