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Does your mobility program swipe right or left? Several mobility experts discuss how to balance human interaction and technology throughout the talent mobility journey.
The global competition for talent requires business leaders to figure out where needed talent is available and may inspire them to use global talent mobility as a solution for staffing needs. Research exists that can help.
HR leaders can take steps now to help employees stay safe, healthy and protected.
“Ghosting,” or disappearing from a new relationship, isn’t limited to online dating. It can be a challenge in recruiting, too—particularly in competitive industries.
Global Line and Worldwide ERC® Research partnered on their annual Brasil Mobility study, which included a study of multicultural teams along with traditional program & policy benchmarks.
Brazil’s tech startup ecosystem continues its rapid expansion regionally and internationally, increasing competition for skilled tech talent.
As the demand for tech skills increases, countries are changing their visa requirements to attract foreign tech talent.
Reports from various surveys shows employees desire to relocate around the world, especially those from India, millennials, and U.S. tech workers.
Short-term international assignments have many tricky nuances related to immigration, employment law, payroll, tax, and other related perspectives.
Although some parents are hesitant about child vaccinations, Singapore requires vaccination of children younger than 12 against measles and diptheria as a matter of law.
China’s newly lifted restrictions on internal mobility, known as hukou, will make relocating to city centers for jobs easier for the employee and the employer.
New programs, investments and visa changes in Singapore and the United Kingdom are indicative of both country’s attempts to meet their tech talent needs and place them among other highly-ranked countries.
China has recently made major developments in their efforts to attract foreign talent. Changes in the visa process and permit requirements as well as developments within newly expanded trade zones will make relocating to China much easier while aiming to attract additional foreign talent to the region.
Japanese employers approach recruitment and management of employees with retention in mind. One technique is to encourage collaboration and transparency through Amoeba Management.
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