Law360 (February 12, 2020, 3:18 PM EST) -- In the past, many employers have considered providing immigration sponsorship for a candidate as a last resort — something they might do for a particularly compelling candidate, or if there was really no other choice — but they would not specifically recruit foreign national candidates.
Now, especially with unemployment at historic lows and many industries in a period of rapid growth, employers are rethinking the way they view candidates who require immigration sponsorship, considering international candidates to be a talent-rich applicant pool that should not be overlooked.
But as employers hire more foreign national employees, they often find themselves managing an...
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