Based on findings from a nationwide survey of more than 400 employers, the Envoy Immigration Trends 2016 report uncovers the latest trends in hiring top global talent. The survey maps out the present and future of immigration at organizations — and takes the pulse of the HR professionals who are responsible for overseeing the process.
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