Immigration Essentials for HR
Recertification Hours: 15
Approved for HR credit
- Is a specialist in a specific support function or a generalist with limited experience.
- Typically has 0-2 years of HR experience.
- Holds a formal title such as, but not limited to, HR Assistant, Junior Recruiter, or Benefits Clerk.
- Global & Cultural Effectiveness
- Ethical Practice
- HR Expertise
In partnership with our affiliate, the Council for Global Immigration, SHRM presents this new seminar! Get a handle on key issues and tasks you face as you recruit and retain global talent in your organization. Develop the fundamental knowledge around this unique hiring process, covering topics such as, determining the best visa for a foreign employee, facilitating visa status and work authorization for foreign employees, verifying employee identity, eligibility, and employment authorization using form I-9 and E-Verify, and adhering to federal employment auditing regulations. Through hands-on activities, gain the essential skills to manage talent acquisition and retention in a global workforce.
This program is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to:
- Provide basic immigration terms and concepts and how it applies to the hiring process for U.S. citizens and foreign nationals
- Manage the visa process for foreign hires
- Comply with federal laws and regulations associated with temporary and permanent employment of foreign professionals
- Comply with federal auditing guidelines and legal requirements
- Demonstrate knowledge of material presented by successfully completing scenario and role-based exercises
2-Day Seminar Schedule
Each Day: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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**These are Seminar prices only and do not apply to the courses offered at SHRM conferences.