International recruitment


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International recruitment

  1. 1. International recruitment or presently there are NEARLY no limitations By Anthony Malcolm
  2. 2. What’s next for international recruitment?  Demand and supply. Generally, when you can find each of these, it finishes up a deal.  However it is not necessarily correct in the area of international recruitment…
  3. 3. What’s next for international recruitment?  There are millions of experienced specialists in CEE , South West Asia, as well as in Latin America, willing to switch their particular place of living straight away.  At the same time, organizations in the most developed locations of America, Western Europe as well as Australia have got deficit of skilled individuals.
  4. 4. What’s next for international recruitment? So how it is possible that these two groups can not find a way towards each other?
  5. 5. The main reasons  To begin with, we should keep in mind that though there won't be any official borders these days, it is difficult to recruit an individual coming from overseas, when we count in the paperwork and admin. process linked to it.
  6. 6. The main reasons  It is also high-risk, because you don't know exactly how good the worker will get established inside of a new social habitat…  That’s why companies are so cautious when taking decisions about recruiting internationally…
  7. 7. The main reasons  Another reason could be the huge ethnic disparity, that is certainly shown in the way candidates coming from developing nations make application for employment overseas...
  8. 8. The main reasons  You can certainly not ignore that occupation search is process, and when you are not able to wow the recruiters, chance of being chosen for the employment is pretty low…  … doesn’t matter what your qualification is
  9. 9. The main reasons  The third reason is definitely, doesn't matter if we admit this or not, prejudice. Even though the school in Asia receives extremely fine rating, somewhere inside we rarely think that the quality of qualification of graduate students is the same as the degree of quality of students at our faculties…
  10. 10. The future of international recruitment So, where will the international recruitment move in the near future???
  11. 11. The future of international recruitment  If we want rate of success of international recruitment to be far better, and there to be way more pleased companies on 1 side as well as individuals earning a living in another country on the other side, couple of details need to be changed.
  12. 12. The future of international recruitment  Recruiters should throw away any prejudice and job seekers ought to improve their demonstration skills along with communication abilities and ultimately learn to apply for the position in US or Western Europe properly….
  13. 13. The future of International recruitment  Otherwise, we could hardly expect any positive change…
  14. 14. Thank you for your attention!  Anthony Malcolm  