Case Studies

Case Study Optech

Envoy Immigration Case Studies and Customer Testimonials

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 2 of 2

"#ImmigrationMatters OpTech goes beyond being an immigration-friendly organization; the company recently launched a Michigan-wide initiative to bridge the skills gap for employers by creating a database of STEM talent. Rather than choosing to play a reactive role in the skills gap that's impacting employers across the nation, OpTech is paving the way to a solution-oriented approach that embraces immigration and connects top talent with organizations that are hungry for it." The technology allows Optech's HR manager to save even more time by passing off some administrative tasks to candidates and employees themselves. When candidates can upload their case-related documentation on their own or ask an attorney a question directly through the Communication Center, it frees up time and resources for his small HR team. Beyond the functions of the Envoy portal, Optech's HR manager turns to Envoy's updates on current events in immigration policy or regulations that could impact his employees or candidates. He recalls a recent USCIS change to OPT regulations. "[The update from Envoy] provided us with perspective and knowledge on the topic," he says, "so we could make an informed decision as an organization." EMPLOYEES CAN TAKE RESPONSIBILITY NEWS UPDATES INFORM BUSINESS DECISIONS

Articles in this issue

Archives of this issue

view archives of Case Studies - Case Study Optech