With a record-low unemployment rate and a continued skills shortage, US employers are increasingly relying on the global talent pool to fill highly skilled positions. US universities and the contingent workforce have historically provided a steady pipeline of highly skilled workers to meet employers’ needs. However, since President Trump’s April 2017 Buy American and Hire American Executive Order and the subsequent changes to immigration policies and procedures, this worker sourcing strategy has become less reliable. Attorney Karine Wenger shares some areas of concern in Staffing Industry Review.
Closing Channels: Immigration policies affecting talent supply chain
Contingent Workforce Strategies 3.0 staff
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