For years, many hospitality organizations and clubs around the country have utilized and relied on foreign nationals to staff positions at their properties that have been difficult – and in many cases, impossible – to fill. With unemployment now extremely high and U.S. workers suddenly potentially available, what is the future of foreign nationals and immigration as a whole for hotels, resorts, and clubs?
There are many questions to consider in the days, weeks, and months ahead. Will your property still need foreign nationals, and if so, is it possible? Is immigration to the U.S. still allowed? What should your organization do if it thinks it might still need foreign nationals to staff? And what if you already employ a foreign national?
In this webinar, we will discuss and try to understand what is to come and ways to still utilize foreign nationals at your property successfully in the current environment. This webinar is not to be missed if your organization employs foreign nationals or if you work in an area that has been historically difficult to staff for certain positions.
Keith Pabian is the Founding Partner of Pabian Law, LLC, a national immigration law firm headquartered in Massachusetts that focuses on assisting employers through the visa and immigration process. Keith has a unique specialization in representing employers from coast to coast in the hospitality industry. Keith regularly presents at national conferences, local chapter meetings, and on webinars on immigration topics affecting the hospitality industry. He has received numerous awards for his success in providing solutions to employers most pressing staffing issues.
Keith is also the founder of Pabian BOOM!, a first-of-its kind proprietary software platform for hospitality organizations to utilize with their H-2B seasonal visa petitions.
Keith is a proud member of HFTP and a past Board member of the HFTP New England Club. Keith lives in Massachusetts with his wife and two sons.
June 02, 2020
Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals
General Hours: 1.20
The Future of Immigration and the use of Foreign Nationals in a new COVID-19 World (recording)