SHRM Global Talent Webcast Series

The SHRM Global Talent Webcast Series consists of quarterly expert panel discussions on immigration and global mobility issues and their impact on work, workers, and the workplace. Since its launch in May 2021, the series has attracted over 1,150 attendees representing over 1,000 organizations, with audiences in over 20 countries and all 50 states plus Washington, D.C., Guam, and Puerto Rico. The series is an essential offering for SHRM Specialty members interested in global mobility and U.S. immigration policies.

2022 Installments

Global Workplace Immigration: What Does 2022 Hold in Store?


In the United States, as the Biden Administration and the U.S. Congress look ahead to midterm elections, is there any hope for substantive progress to be made on immigration policy? Globally, what immigration policies must employers pay attention to in order to retain and attain top global talent? How is the war in Ukraine impacting immigration policies in Europe and beyond? In the first 2022 webcast, hear from immigration policy experts on what human resource professionals and business executives can expect from global workplace immigration policy in the year ahead.

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2021 Installments

The Future of Global Mobility: Beyond the Pandemic


As the global business community slowly, but steadily, works toward economic recovery, what does global mobility look like beyond the pandemic and what role will it play in an international economic recovery? This expert panel discussion will focus on the current and future state of global mobility and the implications of the pandemic on the movement of top global talent.

Workplace Immigration: A Brief History & Reform in the Biden Era


Immigration reform was an election and day one promise of President Biden, but how did we get here? To make sense of the evolving debate, join SHRM to hear from experts that were in the “Situation Room” during pivotal events in the history of workplace immigration policy formation. What lessons can we learn from the past, to assist policymakers in overcoming partisanship to ensure good workplace immigration policies?