In the past two years, thousands of companies have adopted the remote work model, which has given employees the opportunity to work from anywhere in the world. However, one of the greatest challenges for companies to overcome in 2022 is attracting and retaining the best people for the job.
According to a recent study by Korn Ferry, the global talent crunch could result in a talent deficit of more than 85 million workers by 2030. However, contrary to popular belief, there isn’t a labor shortage — talent is everywhere. It is time for companies to start thinking about talent acquisition differently and reconsider their hiring tactics.
A practical approach is to start looking beyond traditional hiring hubs and local markets to source highly skilled professionals. Has your company figured out how to tap into worldwide regions to fill job openings?
Join Mark Hedley, Vice President, Talent Recruiting at Globalization Partners; Suzanne McVey, Director, Marketing (EMEA) at Globalization Partners; and Trayc Keevans, Global Foreign Direct Investment Director at Morgan McKinley, as they decode the myths of the global talent shortage.
Watch Now to Learn:
- Why the global talent shortage is a myth and not a reality.
- How to build a solid global talent acquisition strategy in 2022.
- How a global employment platform can help companies hire top international talent.