Tapping Into the Candidate Pool of Work-Authorized, Foreign-Trained Talent
With a widening skills gap among candidates and a diversifying set of needs among clients, it’s getting harder for staffing firms to find enough talent to keep up with the demand for highly skilled applicants. According to the Migration Policy Institute, there are approximately 7.2 million college-educated immigrants in the U.S. labor force. Recruiting them should be part of your staffing strategy.
Nonprofit organizations that serve the needs of work-authorized immigrants and refugees can help connect these potential employees with employers who need them. In this webinar, find out how these organizations are working with staffing firms to create successful hiring partnerships.
During this ASA webinar, attendees will
- Learn how to verify an employee’s work authorization
- Find out how to evaluate foreign education credentials and experience
- Learn to make successful hires and retain top talent
Emily Giltner, CSC, CSP, vice president of operations, Staffmark
Mike Lowe, HR Director, WES Global Talent Bridge