Savings Calculator: Weighing cost of vacancy vs. hiring a foreign national

June 8, 2016 Patty Johnson-Vazquez

Performing a cost of vacancy (COV) calculation is useful for generating a clear picture of the financial impact of talent shortages on your company. We took the calculation a step further by weighing COV with hiring foreign talent. Our Savings Calculator depicts how each vacant position hinders your bottom line, then compares how much money your organization would retain with the predictable costs of visa sponsorship.

Sample calculation:
Annual company revenue: $3,000,000
Number of employees: 25
Average months to fill one position: 5
(Average working days for the year: 225)

Envoy shortens this time by 15 percent

Total cost of vacancy
3,000,000 / 25 / 225 * (5*20) = $53,333

Total cost of vacancy while using Envoy
3,000,000 / 25 / 225 * (5*20) * 0.85 = $45,333

SAVINGS PER POSITION USING ENVOY: $8,000

Why is recruiting foreign talent less costly?
Simply, it takes less time. Filling a position with a skilled foreign national takes 15 percent less time — around 23 less days. As a result, your company saves money since immigration fees are a small and predictable cost.

Bottom line: The cost differential is clear. Immigration is friendly to your recruiting budget now, and saves your company money in the future.

Want to see for yourself? Gather your company’s figures and check out Envoy’s Savings Calculator.

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