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Ere webex global recruiting in 2010 aug 25 2010

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  • 1.   Globalization = Ubiquitous Mobility   Anytime, anywhere rules   Shortages of Key Skills   Here to stay and getting worse in areas.   Recruiting is Internet Dependent   It’s the major driver of change. It’s almost universal.   Yet, Recruiting Remains Local   But is also global 2
  • 2. China Japan An open economic system Global brands Global structures Rapid and open communication Cheap and convenient travel 3
  • 3. New York Times, August 2009 4
  • 4. www.chinahot.com/blog 5
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  • 6. Population Increase and Growth Rate, Five-Year Periods Percent increase per year Millions Source: United Nations, World Population Prospects: The 2002 Revision (medium scenario), 2003. 7
  • 7.   Only 1.6% of 24 year olds in the US have a bachelor’s degree in engineering.   In Russia it’s closer to 3.5%   And in China it’s almost 5%. 8
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  • 9. China China China 10
  • 10. NUMBER OF NATURAL-SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING GRADUATES BAs MAs & PhDs 1989 1999 1989 1999 CHINA 127,000 322,000 19,000 41,000 INDIA 165,000 251,000 64,000 63,000 PHILIPPINES 40,000 66,000 255 937 MEXICO 32,000 57,000 340 63,000 U.S. 196,000 220,000 61,000 77,000 National Science Foundation & Business Week 11
  • 11. Company No. of Workers Type of Work Accenture 2000 in the Philippines Accounting, software, back office Conseco 1,700 in India, 3 more Insurance claim processing centers planned Delta Airlines 600 contract workers in Airline reservations, India and the Philippines customer service Fluor 700 in the Philippines Architectural blueprints General Electric 29,000 in India, Big China Finance, IT Support, R&D R&D center for Medical, lighting, aircraft 12
  • 12. Company No. of Workers Type of Work HSBC 4,000 China, India Credit card, Loan processing Intel 5,000 in India Chip design, Tech support Microsoft 500 in India, China Software design, IT support Oracle Doubling India staff to Software design, Customer 4,000 support, Accounting Philips 700 engineers in China Consumer electronics Proctor & Gamble 650 Philippines Tech support, Accounting 150 China IBM 120,000 Plans to add 5,000 for BPO 13
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  • 15. Work can be done anywhere, anytime, in many ways. 16
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  • 17.   Create and foster of a global brand   Conduct global searches   Do global marketing   Have real-time chat with candidates   Build global social networks   Interview using video/voice 18
  • 18. Domestic Global Requirements: Requirements: -Physical presence -Powerful Internet presence -Face-to-Face everything -Flexible virtual workforce -Local sourcing -Global sourcing Traditional Emerging Limited number of candidates Vast selection of candidates Reshuffling of employees New ideas/Innovation -Running ads -Building a social networks -Posting to job boards -Developing virtual relationships -Searching databases -Knowing global markets 19
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  • 20.   Need to   Deeply know local markets   Understand local cultures   Develop unique, market-specific messaging   Build local social networks and talent pools   Based on   Global tools   Global perspective   Global policies and principles 21
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  • 22.   Apple: More than 900,00 fans, aimed at college students   Pringles (Proctor & Gamble): Over 2 million fans 23
  • 23.   A company branded, web- based, interactive, multi- method, pre-employment experience.   An opportunity to let candidates take the job for a test drive, while collecting data that predicts on-the-job performance. 24
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  • 25. http://mashable.com/2010/08/24/the-state-of-the-geosocial-universe-infographic/ 26
  • 26. 1. It IS what younger candidates expect. 2.Well done, it is authentic and faster than email. 3. It allows for personalization – a huge need for the best candidates. 4. It allows for creativity in video, graphics, etc. 27
  • 27.   Freedom   Customization   Scrutinizers   Integrity   Collaboration   Entertainment   Speed   Innovation Source: Don Tapscott, Wikinomics 28
  • 28.   Severe local shortages of talent.   Especially in technology, science, math, accounting, finance, health care.   Shortages mean need for highly sophisticated, virtual, global sourcing (supply chain) capabilities. 29
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