Massive disruption is evident within planning, managing, and leading a workforce. A global pandemic, geopolitical, and social crises are just some of the major events that have unfolded in the last decade. Global mobility professionals and HR teams have kept sight of the major events that...

The focus on attracting and retaining talent has been widespread in today’s business news. On a global scale, there have been massive shifts and fluctuating trends in the labor market. For example, a hiring frenzy was observed as numerous gaps in organizations’ workforces were causing...

Organizations around the globe have observed a surge of resignations over the past few years. While many businesses have made the necessary changes to tackle the reduced employee retention, there is much to learn about the behavior of the rapidly evolving labor market. Many companies have...

Previous workforce generations have significantly contributed to the Great Resignation. When COVID-19 hit the business realm, it led to several employees belonging to the Baby Boomer generation rethinking their priorities in the current circumstances. Workers who are already close to retirement have found the opportunity to...

Even years before the thrust to global digitization due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the thought of technology in replacing workers dauntedly exists throughout the minds of the global mobility workforce.  According to Pew Research, experts have mixed views. On one hand, 48% of the respondents predicted...

Companies are revisiting their commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and implementing a more humanistic approach in their workplace models, despite the threat of rising inflation, post-pandemic realities and the effects of the Ukraine dilemma.  United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals has been one of the...

The Great Resignation is arguably one of the most devastating events in the talent management landscape. But some would not consider “Great Resignation” as the most accurate term to define this high-profile business phenomenon.  Gina Nebesar, co-founder and CPO at Ovia Health, uses a different term....

Progressive views and education have brought promising opportunities for women and minorities professionally. While many of these groups currently enjoy less discrimination in the workplace compared to the older workforce generation, diversity and inclusion remains to be one of the most pressing issues people face...

How are companies making use of technology in their diversity and inclusion hires? A study by RedThread Research conducted with Mercer looked at the challenges driving the adoption of technology, evaluating the inherent risks and benefits of adoption and what companies were expecting to achieve...

Global mobility professionals, recruiters and employers can learn a lot about how to measure their own progress when it comes to hiring diverse professionals from Deloitte, which recently published a guide for fiscal year 2020. Its workforce strategy on diversity and equity in the company generated...