Staffing in a Time of Record-low Unemployment: Utilizing Foreign Nationals as a Solution (with an Update on H-2B and J-1 Visas for Private Clubs)
Recorded On: 01/08/2019
With unemployment near an all-time high and fewer American workers willing to perform “unskilled” jobs, filling jobs at private clubs can feel daunting, if not impossible. If only there were a staffing solution that virtually guaranteed that you filled your open positions with qualified, excited, and capable workers…
This webinar will focus on H-2B seasonal visa options for private clubs throughout the country. It will not only provide the basics of the H-2B visa, but will also delve into other visa options including the J-1 trainee visa and year-round visa options for your higher-level staff. This presentation will then discuss how to make hiring foreign nationals a huge success for your organization with a discussion of practical tips to utilize as well as common traps to avoid.
This webinar is not to be missed if you constantly feel that your club is not fully or appropriately staffed and if you are looking for best practices when filing H-2B or J-1 visa applications for your foreign national workers. Don’t miss a great opportunity to utilize a staffing option to fill your most pressing staffing needs!
Partner, Pabian Law
Keith Pabian is the Founding Partner of Pabian Law, LLC, a national immigration law firm focusing on assisting employers through the visa and immigration process. Keith has a unique specialization in representing seasonal businesses from coast to coast in the hospitality industry. Keith is a proud member of the National Club Association, serving on the organization’s Education Committee. He is heavily involved with the CMAA, HFTP and their affiliated local chapters. In addition, Keith regularly presents in national conferences, local chapter meetings, and international webinars on immigration topics affecting the hospitality industry. He has received numerous awards for his success in providing solutions for employer's most pressing staffing issues. He can be reached at email@example.com or 617-939-9444.