ACIP, SHRM Join Forces
Form New Global Talent Mobility Affiliation
The American Council on International Personnel (ACIP) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) have formed a groundbreaking, new strategic affiliation to help businesses and organizations address immigration and global mobility and talent management issues.
This affiliation combines the deep knowledge and expertise of a widely respected voice on immigration and global mobility issues with the influence and reach of the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management. By highlighting strategies that enable businesses and organizations to employ the critical talent needed to remain competitive in an increasingly connected global economy, ACIP and SHRM will promote practical, research-based knowledge to advance employment-based immigration around the globe.
Specifically, the ACIP-SHRM affiliation will:
- Provide a stronger, higher impact voice on global immigration, mobility and talent management policy issues;
- Conduct and share benchmarking research with employers and HR professionals on the management of global talent;
- Create a global tracking service for employers and HR professionals on what's happening on international immigration issues;
- Develop policy solutions to the most pressing talent management issues of the future based upon the latest research;
- Provide information and resources - from webinars to regulatory and legislative news - to help employers and HR professional keep up with international compliance rules and regulations;
- Enable in-house immigration and HR professionals to network through online discussion groups and local and national events; and,
- Continue to host an annual Symposium for in-house immigration and HR professionals as well as the annual Employment Law and Legislative Conference in Washington, D.C.
More information will be forthcoming about the products and services that will be available to ACIP and SHRM members.
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