The need for hiring global talent is staggering. According to the Envoy 2017 Immigration Trends Report, 77 percent of companies said that filling the skills gap at their organizations was very important. Now, we’ve found that 40 percent of employers around the world are having difficulty filling open jobs, while 42 percent are facing talent shortages that are impacting their ability to serve customers.
Filling available jobs with qualified personnel is one of the reasons hiring global talent is more critical now more than ever. The more prepared companies are to hire and manage a global workforce, the more competitive and able to serve clients they’ll be.
The basics of hiring global talent
Join us on Thursday, October 19 to hear from Envoy CMO and Workforce Trends Analyst Jamie Gilpin to get the numbers and a general overview of the global talent landscape in today’s world. Then, listen in as Head of Global Immigration for Envoy, Sarah Maxwell, J.D. touches on the most pressing global immigration matters facing HR professionals today, including hiring global talent and managing a global workforce.
In the upcoming webinar, Ignore Global Immigration & Mobility at Your Own Expense, you’ll learn the basics of global immigration, including common themes and foundational knowledge that’s important for companies to know before getting started. You’ll also receive more information on developing and managing international talent and updates about recent development and changes in immigration policies in key regions around the world. And, you’ll learn what these recent policy changes could mean for your company.