Last Updated on March 2, 2023
For HR professionals, the immigration function historically has been largely in-person and paper-based. However, As technology advances and virtual meeting and collaboration tools have become widely used, the workplace – and immigration – is changing, leading to the rise of work-from-home policies, or “remote work.” According to a PwC survey, 55% of employees in late 2020 said they would prefer to work remotely at least three days a week.
To support talent needs, deliver on employee experience and protect their organization, HR teams need to make sure their immigration and mobility programs are in line with the realities of a remote workforce.
Download our latest guide to learn how HR teams can evaluate their organization's programs and practices in order to:
- Optimize collaboration between immigration attorneys and HR teams
- Ensure foreign national employees feel supported
- Minimize the risk of errors and maintain compliance
- and more!