HR managers struggling to recruit international candidates

HR managers struggling to recruit international candidates

Almost half (46%) of HR managers struggle to find quality international candidates, according to a new report.

Despite difficulties, global mobility was reported to increase diversity, with 74% of European HR managers saying that hiring from different countries encourages a more diverse working atmosphere.

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Comments (1)

  • Alan Bentley
    Alan Bentley
    Wed, 27 Jul 2016 1:51pm BST

    This is a very interesting article. There are many pitfalls in transferring Employees across boundaries. The is the issue of Tax and Social Security Compliance in home and host country as well as Immigration compliance. The issues of culture and language are easy to resolve. For the uninitiated this whole area of global mobility is a huge challenge.

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