Question 3: Help! About Unknowns When Employing Foreign Nationals

By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

When hiring or begin to employ foreign nationals, whether individuals are educated or not within the US; or recently employed by another US entity; the business focus and needs  are not only on-boarding,  employment visa, salary, badges and office equipment. There are more areas to pay attention to than what you have thought initially.

Our resident expert shared few of the answers that are relevant to the concern; please note however the differences among each entity on how they were structured and managed. To get an appropriate guidance that will correspond to your business practices and culture, it is suggested to speak with one of our Practice Leaders.

Q3 - Hiring Foreign Nationals

Organizations that are just starting or has been operating and would like to strategically position themselves with ability to hire and employ foreign nationals without any issue; you can take advantage of our competency in this area. ReloNavigator’s competency will be a great resource to your success.

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4 responses

  1. […] Source: Hmmm! Many Unknown Areas When Hiring, On-boarding and Employing Foreign Nationals […]

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  2. EnjoyingBellingham | Reply

    Quite true! And the only way to solve these issues when they come up is to speak with experienced international human capital management consultant, like ReloNavigator’s teams. Only few professionals have the real competency in trouble-shooting these nuances, and ReloNavigator is one of them.

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