Neil S. Dornbaum and Kathleen Peregoy, Co-chairs of the Immigration and Global Mobility practice at Connell Foley, present "Overcoming Recruiting Challenges in the Post COVID-19 World" for New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA).
Despite the “Great Resignation,” global talent is increasingly flowing to the U.S. As employers face staffing shortages, an aging workforce and a skills gap in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, there is still a deep pool of foreign national candidates. But how does a U.S. employer access and inboard qualified foreign workers?
Neil and Kathleen will guide attendees through some of the complexities of immigration law and answer the following questions:
- How does a US employer interview, recruit and screen foreign national applicants to be sure they are eligible without discriminating?
- What obligations does a US employer assume when hiring a foreign national employee?
- What is the finite term a foreign national employee will be available and able to work for a US employer?
- Certain employment-based categories may give the US employer more advantage. Which ones are best for your business?
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