DANBURY, Conn., Jan. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Global immigration policies can be complicated and pose significant challenges for businesses when it comes to talent recruitment and transferring employees internationally. To better help organizations understand the ever-changing immigration environment, Crown World Mobility is offering an overview of business friendly immigration policies as part of its during its Worldwide ERC® learning webinar.
"Global immigration is constantly evolving, creating a lack of stability and uncertainty, especially for the businesses with a global workforce," said Andrea Fascetti, global immigration practice leader, Crown World Mobility. "This webinar focuses on countries that have departed from restrictive measures to be more business friendly to attract global talent and boost their local economies."
Among other insights shared by Fascetti and co-presenter Debbie Beynon, the webinar, available at http://bit.ly/immigrationCWM, reveals the top business friendly countries for immigration policy for 2020:
"To keep up with the demand of talented workers, the above countries have changed regulations or policies to become more attractive to businesses and foreign talent," added Beynon, regional immigration manager, Crown World Mobility. "For example, some countries are exempting work permits or offering higher work permit quota numbers to providing expedited access for specialized and highly skilled temporary workers, among other initiatives."
The webinar also provides an overview of the top challenges global businesses face, including:
For more information and to view the full webinar, please visit: http://bit.ly/immigrationCWM.
Crown World Mobility
Crown World Mobility (www.crownworldmobility.com) is a division of the Crown Worldwide Group, established in 1965 and headquartered in Hong Kong. Crown World Mobility helps corporations manage global talent and talented individuals perform on the global stage. In a world that seems to be constantly shrinking, managing a globally mobile workforce creates challenges for any organization. These challenges are human in scale - global assignments involve the everyday lives of transferees and their families. But there are policies to navigate, formalities to coordinate and legalities to adhere to – at the same time as concentrating on a new assignment and getting a job done. Crown's approach is to work with all stakeholders to find the right solution, implementing a global mobility program that is successful for the whole organization. This often means finding a unique solution, which Crown has the experience and capability to deliver.
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