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Helping U.S. Employers Look Toward the Future
In order to compete successfully in the global marketplace of the 21st century, organizations of all sizes will need to hire the very best employees they can find in this highly technological world. National borders are losing their historic significance as new ideas, new technologies and new products transcend these artificial, imaginary lines to meet the demands of the new millennium. In association with The Law Offices of John R. Alcorn, we have organized overseas recruiting campaigns for some of America’s largest employers since 1979.
Global economics demands that people, too, increasingly need to quickly and lawfully relocate across international borders. Successful organizations will increasingly hire new employees who require work permits and visas. As an employer willing to hire people from overseas, advertise your job openings now!
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