DESCENDANTS OF DISPLACED PERSONS OFFERED NEW GLIMPSE INTO THEIR IMMIGRANT ROOTS

The U.S. Holocaust Museum and Cleveland’s Ukrainian Museum Archives partner to create a searchable database that will be presented October 24. If your family emigrated to Greater Cleveland from Europe after World War II, chances are they came from a Displaced Persons Camp. These were temporary settlements that housed millions of people uprooted by the … Continued

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DESCENDANTS OF DISPLACED PERSONS OFFERED NEW GLIMPSE INTO THEIR IMMIGRANT ROOTS

The U.S. Holocaust Museum and Cleveland’s Ukrainian Museum Archives partnered to create a searchable database of Displaced Persons camps. It will be presented October 24 at the Slovenian National Home.  Cleveland, Ohio, October 10, 2017 – If your family emigrated to Greater Cleveland from Europe after World War II, chances are they came from a … Continued

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Outdated Immigration System No Longer Works

At a Chautauqua-style forum in Chagrin Falls, experts discussed the tensions raised by immigration issues–and why immigration reform is badly needed.   By Aaron Davis   America has changed remarkably since the 1960s, but our immigration system remains much the same–a collection of policies and laws designed for a different era. That was a key … Continued

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It Can Be Done: US Immigration Policy Today

Global Employer Summit: Realizing the Untapped Potential of Global Talent in NEO Expert Strategies + Global Talent = A World-Class Cleveland May 31, 2017 US Immigration Policy Today Jon Baselice, Director of US Immigration Policy, US Chamber of Commerce Immigration reform will be tough, “but it can be done,” said Jon Baselice, Director of US … Continued

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The Global Economy & Northeast Ohio Business

Global Employer Summit: Realizing the Untapped Potential of Global Talent in NEO Expert Strategies + Global Talent = A World-Class Cleveland May 31, 2017   Panel Discussion: The Global Economy & Northeast Ohio Business Moderator: Elizabeth McIntyre, Editor and Publisher, Crain’s Cleveland Business Jack Schron, President, Jergens, Inc., and member, Cuyahoga County Council Dr. Nizar … Continued

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International Talent as a Regional Economic Driver

Global Employer Summit: Realizing the Untapped Potential of Global Talent in NEO Expert Strategies + Global Talent = A World-Class Cleveland May 31, 2017   Panel Discussion: International Talent as a Regional Economic Driver Moderator: Tracey Nichols, Director of Economic Development, City of Cleveland Dr. Giovanni Piedimonte, Chairman, Cleveland Clinic Pediatric Institute; Physician-in-Chief, Cleveland Clinic’s … Continued

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The Economics of Global Immigration

Global Employer Summit: Realizing the Untapped Potential of Global Talent in NEO Expert Strategies + Global Talent = A World-Class Cleveland May 31, 2017 Dany Bahar, PhD Brookings Institution, Harvard University Center for Development After a brief introduction by Global Cleveland President Joe Cimperman, Dany Bahar, PhD, of the Brookings Institution and the Harvard University Center … Continued

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Engaging Global Talent Locally

With support from local refugee resettlement agencies and experts with the Refugee Services Collaborative of Cleveland (RSC), local employers are discovering a new talent pool, finding the skilled employees they need, and experiencing increased productivity. The local economy is benefiting too, with about $50 million generated by refugee settlement and employment. Join us on May … Continued

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Managing and Developing Global Teams

Finding the right talent with the needed skills and competencies is every employer’s challenge, as is the need to find new markets for business growth. This typically means finding and/or moving global talent from one place to another—a feat many employers find daunting. But resources are available to help you not only develop a global … Continued

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