Brussels, June 25, 2018 — People’s willingness to move abroad for work has fallen in the last few years, weakening one of the solutions that countries and companies use to address their workforce problems, according to a new study by The Network and The Boston Consulting Group (BCG). The study also […]
Depending on what’s going on around the world—the political scenario, natural disasters, the migration of people from one country to another and even global warming—the demand and supply for the type
Most people who have steady jobs are unaware of global talent issues—shortages and surpluses. You don’t become aware of a certain issue unless it affects you personally. But by the time it affects you
When you’re recruiting internationally, you have to take the potential employee’s country and culture into consideration.
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
For many countries hiring internationally, there’s the need to look to more developed countries for top talent.
Latin America is definitely on most people’s lists of places they’d like to visit. The beautiful weather, the laid-back culture, the history of the place and the thriving night life all contribute tow
The large and diverse continent of Africa has a lot to offer the right kind of person, yet is often seen as too much of a challenge by educated talent and skilled labor.
Employers that can successfully fill the talent shortages they face will have an edge on the competition, now and in the future. The question then becomes: how can employers find qualified talent with
It’s not unusual for many people to consider moving for a job. However, most people restrict their location changes to the country they live in. They don’t often consider moving abroad in order to tak