Global mobility must work more closely with talent management

Global mobility professionals need to do more to work together with talent management departments to create a coherent strategy for bringing in top talent, according to Professor Michael Dickmann, author of the RES Forum’s annual report 2016.

Thu, 9 Jun 2016

Global mobility professionals need to do more to work together with talent management departments to create a coherent strategy for bringing in top talent, according to Professor Michael Dickmann, author of the RES Forum’s annual report 2016.

Speaking at an event earlier this week organised by RES, an independent network of HR and mobility...

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