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How SAP SuccessFactors Visa and Permits Management can help employers manage remote work visas

Read Time1 Minute, 0 Second Aruba, Jamaica, where will the future of work take ya? A new year is just around the corner and people are dreaming about escaping their cramped home office to make their lifelong goal of living in paradise a reality. To help make their dreams come true, more and more countries are offering attractive remote work visa programs. These remote…

How SAP SuccessFactors Visa and Permits Management can help your employees return to the workplace safely

Before employees can start returning to the workplace, employers will need to know when and how to do so safely. This is a crucial and new process for everyone involved, from employees to HR managers. The SAP SuccessFactors Visa and Permits Management solution can help you simplify the return-to-work process to ensure business continuity and compliance with rapidly increasing safety and privacy regulations. The…

The Latest on SAP SuccessFactors Visa and Permits Management

Overview Since the release of SAP SuccessFactors Visa and Permits Management a couple of years ago, we have made significant improvements and are very proud of how far the product has come. We now have many customers live with a growing list of references getting business value from the product. Let’s look at some major innovations over the last year and a half in…

Expect More Immigration Crackdowns, I-9 Inspections and Visa Woes in 2018

While violations of laws regarding legal employment authorization – purposeful or inadvertent – have always carried potential serious consequences for employers, recent efforts to focus on this area by the U.S. federal government make it increasingly important to understand the requirements in this area, as well as the potential consequences of being found in violation. While very little has changed in the underlying federal…

What Visa Employers Can Expect When Inspectors Show Up

Since 2009, site visits from United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) have been a standard part of compliance verification for the H-1B and L-1 visa programs. While these visits may feel uncomfortable, you can prepare your employees ahead of time to gain peace of mind.

New U.S. Visa Rules Provide More Flexibility For Foreign Workers

The New Year will bring greater work authorization flexibility for foreign workers and their employers. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Department of Homeland Security published Retention of EB-1, EB-2, and EB-3 Immigrant Workers and Program Improvements Affecting High-Skilled Nonimmigrant Workers, a final rule that modernizes the U.S. immigration system to help employers hire and retain global talent.