Let’s Make Work Happen: Solving the Talent Shortage 09.27.2023 | Ruhi Van Andel

Introducing EPISODE 7 of our smash hit video web series: “Let’s Make Work Happen”!

In this episode of our interview series, Jennifer Connell of our Advisory Services team pairs up with Patrick O’Leary, Chief Operating Officer at Talent Beyond Boundaries. Previously working with leading immigration firm Fragomen, Patrick has over a decade of experience in business immigration and refugee law, making him uniquely qualified as a leader of change in securing legal pathways for skilled refugee talent.

Patrick and Jen explore how Talent Beyond Boundaries is helping companies fill critical roles and talent gaps by empowering displaced people to relocate for work, resume their careers, and rebuild their lives with dignity. And how, in doing so, the organization is helping to alleviate a widespread labor and skills shortage.

As more companies zero in on their recruitment strategy, Jen and Patrick deliver eye-opening wisdom worth plugging into. We’re incredibly proud of our work with TBB, and we hope the stories shared here inspire others to get involved.

Thanks for sharing how you’re Making Work Happen and delivering life-changing impact, Patrick!

Go here to learn more about how Talent Beyond Boundaries is helping to unlock life-changing mobility opportunities for skilled refugee talent.

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Written by Ruhi Van Andel

Ruhi is the Digital Content Specialist on Weichert’s Marketing team. Leveraging a decade of experience in writing and marketing, she develops buzz-worthy content for the company’s website, social media channels, and client & colleague communications. Ruhi is a cat person, in case you were wondering.

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