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When working with a traditional legal firm, GrubHub's HR team was seeing exorbitant attorney fees, and most of it was coming from the inefficiency in processing. Because they used to use snail mail for most of their documentation, they would face high overnight fees. "Five, six times what we're paying now," Will points out. Partnering with Envoy means using technology to help cut some cost inefficiencies, saving GrubHub more per case. And budget expectations are much easier to manage with Envoy, Will tells us, especially with an expanding workforce. His team can pull reports on immigration to keep his budget on track and continue to get buy-in from leadership. "For a company that's growing as quickly as Grubhub is, the traditional law firm model just doesn't work. Grubhub has doubled in size over the course of the last 3 years, and when you're experiencing that kind of growth, you need an immigration solution that can operate effectively at scale. Envoy's model can efficiently and effectively handle our immigration needs, while also providing great service to our Foreign National community." LOWER COST PER CASE The centralized portal Envoy provides, which is accessible to employers, attorneys and employees comes in handy during the recruiting and hiring process. Not only does having one central location where employees or potential employees can upload documentation, where they and the attorneys can see it instantaneously, but it also makes for a cleaner onboarding process, says Will. "Especially for new hires who have yet to join the organization...we don't have to badger them about documents." In the past, these processes could take a long time, with HR smack in the middle of the whole thing. With Envoy, HR can reclaim time, energy and efficiently onboard new employees. CENTRALIZED ACCESS MAKES ONBOARDING EFFICIENT

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