As an executive search firm, The MitchelLake Group’s services are often deployed by businesses in Australia and Asia looking to access a broader talent pool by identifying and recruiting highly specialised individuals from Europe and the US. This can be a tricky and laborious task, particularly when there are families, schools and visas involved.
But with many professionals now having worked remotely for more than a year, it makes sense to ask what this is going to mean for the global workforce once the pandemic starts to abate?
The Talent Without Borders white-paper by Mitchellake aims to explore how the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the way we live and how we work.
Talent Without Borders will also uncover how remote working is going to change the way we hire, giving specific focus to how adapting to global remote work will allow companies to engage in more cross-country or even cross-continent hiring. Just as importantly, we’ll consider the cultural and structural changes businesses need to make to achieve a successful transition from local to global hiring.
To answer these questions, we’ve interviewed more than 30 senior executives from around the world, asking for their perspectives on how leadership hiring has evolved during the pandemic. Questions focused on areas such as the shifting scope of talent searches, the complexities of remote interviewing, and their individual experience of the positives and negatives of recruiting talent during one of the toughest years in living memory.
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