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Migration of Talent to Asia

Migration of Talent to Asia

15 May 2017

As the economies of Asia boom, more and more talent is moving to the region. At the same time, lateral hires within the countries and region are growing. There are more well paid managerial positions and more large companies competing for the best talent. All of this results in dynamism requires support and expertise from the staffing industry to help companies compete and win.

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Refugees, a Referendum, and the Turkish Employment Market

Refugees, a Referendum, and the Turkish Employment Market

12 May 2017

Turkey may be at a historical precipice. The country, which has looked to gain entrance to the European Union (and the many market benefits that come with a unified market and currency), has certainly had a tumultuous last couple of years. The latest major event was a referendum, which gave Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan expanded powers along with a longer term.

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Important Lessons Japan's Skill Shortages Teaches Other Countries

Important Lessons Japan's Skill Shortages Teaches Other Countries

9 May 2017

Japan is facing the biggest skill shortages out of any country in the world today; according to Statista: “...81 percent of firms in Japan (with 10 or more employees) encounter difficulty finding qualified employees.” Let's look at some of the reasons for this and what Japan is doing to counteract this damaging trend, as we discuss some important lessons other countries can learn from Japan's skill shortages dilemma.

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Employment Trends and Society's Dependency on Technology

Employment Trends and Society's Dependency on Technology

8 May 2017

It's no surprise that technology plays a large role not just in the business world, but in our daily lives as well. Many of us have become completely obsessed with our technology, and can't seem to live without it. Whether we're texting our friends at all times of the day, or are using social media to personify ourselves, technology has become an extension of who we already are. After all, many people personify themselves through social networking, and their social media personality is much different from how they are in real life.

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Ways to Prevent a Talent Exodus Stop the Brain Drain

Ways to Prevent a Talent Exodus: Stop the Brain Drain

5 May 2017

For many countries hiring internationally, there's the need to look to more developed countries for top talent. Developing countries have limited resources within their own country, and the best and brightest are often lost to brain drain. They go abroad for higher salaries and better standards of living. They prefer economic and political stability, which is often associated with the Western world, and so it's hard for their own country to keep them.

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