Identify the Right People, Cost, and Location for Your Talent Hub
The global work environment has changed — companies are rapidly replacing traditional 9-to-5 office-based roles with a flexible, remote-first workforce. Remote work has opened the doors to hiring the best talent, wherever they may live. However, while this provides companies with new and exciting opportunities, it also comes with its challenges, one of which is managing employees in various countries.
Instead of creating different job positions across the globe, discover how building a talent hub in a specific geographic region can help grow your company. In this guide, you’ll learn about key factors to consider when creating a hub, as well as suggested locations based on the type of talent you wish to add to your team.
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