White paper | COVID-19 from an Immigration perspective
Immigration has always been a complex maze of laws and procedures, not least because of its deeply political nature. Organisations that thrive are increasingly drawing on diverse talent from new sources on a more global basis than ever before. At the same time, we see an increasing number of governments pursuing a more nationalistic approach aimed at protecting their own labour markets. The current COVID-19 pandemic is only adding greater complexity and volatility to these trends. Organisations need as much relevant information and advice as possible to fulfil their objectives, while mitigating any risks in this new normal.
The current COVID-19 pandemic has added greater complexity and volatility for those managing immigration programmes.
Discover insights from our subject matter expert Peter Graham on the different stages of the pandemic and the impact on managing immigration programmes with a global workforce. Focus is given to how mitigating the risks, especially with employees travelling on business, is critical in this new normal.
What does the white paper cover?
- Gain insights on the three stages of the pandemic
- Impact on immigration and immigration programmes
- Duty of care
- Impact on Business Travel
Do you know where your people are at any point in time or where they have been to? Do you know what country’s borders are open or partially open? Do you know whether a business visa or posted worker notification is required for a particular business trip? Here at Santa Fe we have been working hard to make this information available to you. Read more about our immigration services