Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems paved the way for an early wave of digital transformation in organizations. Their out-of-the-box features solved many business problems, such as managing production scheduling and quality control in manufacturing; facilitating the procure to pay process for accounts payable; maintaining inventory control for supply chain logistics and other industry and line of business improvements.
AI technology is already transforming the way people heat their homes, vacuum floors, organize photo memories and protect their property. Private organizations, too, are adopting AI technology such as business intelligence by Watson or Einstein Analytics. But what about the private sector?
Are you leaving crucial business process data on the table? Mining information isn't just for big data agencies. Every organization from a construction firm to your local city council should be combing documents to gather internal research that fuels innovation, growth and sustainability.
January 29, 2018 - Chicago, IL - Leading enterprise content management solution provider Requordit was recently honored at Hyland's 2018 Team OnBase Leadership Retreat as a Gold Partner and Diamond Support Partner award winner. This is the 13th consecutive year Hyland has recognized Requordit.
March 6, 2018 - Chicago, IL - Leading enterprise content management solution provider Requordit is proud to announce two new additions to its government solutions team: certified Project Management Professional® Bambi Pilley and Vertical Sales Manager Jeremy Nobles.
How foreign workers fuel talent pipelines
Sponsoring foreign nationals for employment-based visas is rewarding, but can also be a big investment of time and financial resources — which makes employee retention more important than ever. Between juggling multiple employees’ expiration dates, visa extensions and the rest of your HR workload, it can be easy to miss a deadline. We’ll help you make sure nothing slips through the cracks.
The H-1B work visa cap has filled quickly in recent years, requiring thousands of unselected petitioners to refile the following season or find a viable alternative. As more U.S. companies rely on foreign national talent to fill highly technical roles, and the H-1B work visa for specialty workers grows more popular, the intensity of competition during the cap season has reached an all-time high. Read on for a snapshot of cap seasons past, and gain insight into today’s most competitive U.S....
Immigrants are often recognized for their entrepreneurial spirit. But exactly how much have they contributed to the U.S. economy? The National Foundation for American Policy studied the 87 U.S. startup companies valued at over $1 billion to uncover the hard facts about immigrant business innovation.
The recent injunction on the new Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA) and expanded Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) guidelines put a halt on many immigrants’ aspirations for protected status. Read below for a brief history on the case and learn the projected timeline for a court ruling.
Last year, we reported on the high Request for Evidence (RFE) rate for the L-1B Intracompany Transfer for Employees With Specialized Knowledge work visa. The latest U.S.
Good News: Jobvite's recently published Recruiter Nation Report 2016 indicates a healthy labor market as 69 percent of recruiters said their company's hiring increased in the past year. The troubling bit? Ninety-five percent expect bringing in top talent in 2017 to be as or more difficult than the previous year.
In less than five months on April 1, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) begins accepting applications for the H-1B Specialty Occupation visa - the most common work authorization sponsorship route for employers seeking to hire global talent.
Filling the skills gap is a well-known benefit of hiring foreign nationals. But international workers contribute more than their education and skill set - their unique perspectives can offer the companies they work for a competitive advantage in the global market.
Employing immigrants is more than seeking visa sponsorship for workers residing abroad. For many organizations, it involves hiring foreign nationals from many walks of life. Asylum applicants, for example, may legally work in the United States as soon as their asylum petition is granted.
The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has extended the F-1 Student visa's Optional Practical Training (OPT) for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) program until May 10. Last August, the 17-month OPT STEM extension was invalidated because the government failed to follow the proper procedures in enacting the law.
Every year around April 1, that number is top of mind for foreign nationals applying for work visas, as well as the employers who sponsor them. While U. S.
The omnibus appropriations bill that was signed into law on Friday altered multiple immigration programs. The spending measure provides discretionary funding for the government until Sept. 30, 2016.
In an overwhelming majority, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill tightening security restrictions of the Visa Waiver Program. Currently, nationals from 38 countries may travel to the United States for 90 days without obtaining a visa, however, the bill aims to add restrictions to countries deemed "high risk."
Recently, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) reported that the denial rate for L-1B visas, for intracompany transfers with specialized knowledge, hit a record high of 35 percent in 2014. In direct response, on August 31, USCIS will implement a policy memorandum to guide its officers in adjudicating L-1B petitions.
Startups can keep overhead low by operating in co-working centers that provide access to office space and business tools at a reduced cost. Rooted in tech startups, co-working spaces are also used by freelancers and telecommuters. Is a co-working center right for your business?
"We come from this real small, little island, but we're all over the world," Martin Soto, a Chicago-based artist, reveals in the opening segment of the trailer for Boricua en el Medio, a documentary.
A balance sheet represents the financial state of your business in an easy-to-digest format. It's often used as a report card of your company's value to help attract investors.
A downturn in China's economy, the U.S. shale drilling resurgence and other shifting global factors have reversed the crude oil supply-and-demand scale, resulting in a dramatic drop in oil prices. In January, the price of oil plunged to around $50 a barrel, with some economists predicting it will fall even more.
A Brief History of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe Tucked away in New York City's Lower East Side neighborhood is a venue that has been celebrating the work of a Puerto Rican and multicultural community since 1973. The Nuyorican Poets Cafe is a nonprofit performance venue that offers a platform to poets, playwrights, musicians, comedians and other artists.