Employment Law Considerations That May Impact Your Immigration Program
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Assigning current employees to a new country for a global assignment can often be an exciting experience. For the employee, they are able to live and work in a new country, while surrounding themselves in a different culture.
However, there are some subject areas you may need to consider before sending employees to a different country. These subject areas, while normal in one part of the world, may be seen as taboo in another part.
Join Envoy for a discussion around employment law considerations that may impact your immigration program. You’ll learn about:
- Subject areas you may need to collect information on that you may not have previously considered
- Why these considerations matter
- And much more
About the Presenters
Stephanie is the Head of Global Immigration at Envoy. She brings over 20 years’ immigration experience. Before joining Envoy, Stephanie served as Senior Counsel for Global Immigration at Berry Appleman & Leiden (BAL), as well as held management positions at Crown World Mobility and Emigra Worldwide in London.
Earlier in her career she worked at the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) and was an in-house counsel for a Fortune 500 company.
Lavanga V. Wijekoon, an attorney with Littler, has experience representing employers in a wide range of labor and employment class action and single-plaintiff matters.
Lavanga handles district and appellate level actions in state and federal courts and before agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Illinois Department of Human Rights (IDHR), and the Illinois Human Rights Commission (IHRC).
Lavanga also provides strategic advice and counsel to multinational employers on a wide range of international employment and compliance matters