Factors that define a company's success in global talent search

10/27/2008 | Harvard Business Review

The competition for good talent has gone global, and new research suggests there are four factors that distinguish the companies that succeed in their international search for employees: brand, opportunity, purpose and company culture. Employees in developing countries, for instance, are particularly attuned to brand, while candidates in emerging markets want to see a company with a "game-changing business model," this article says.

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