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How to recruit the best talent in the world

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Intelligence Group was proudly speaker at the AMS Sourcing Innovation Summit. On one of the best spots in London, almost 100 HR- and recruitment managers were guest of the Alexander Mann Solutions (AMS) first annual Sourcing Innovation Summit in London.
“How to recruit the best talent in the world”, was the presentation given by Intelligence Group. Questions answered were:
• How to reach international workers?
• Global importance of social media in recruitment
• Who are the most willing to move internationally?
• What are the most important reasons for jobseekers to move internationally?
• Case: Recruiting IT workers for Brazil
• Global Mobility Drivers
• Using global intelligence for city marketing and employer branding
• Top-10 employers of the World

Published in: Career, Technology, Business

How to recruit the best talent in the world

  1. Looking for recruitment intelligence?
  2. Looking for more recruitment intelligence?
  3. Which people do you thinkare the most willing to move internationally?
  4. Higher international mobility
  5. Duration differs across continents
  6. What are the most important reasons for jobseekers to move internationally?
  7. Diversified reasons to migrate
  8. Work to people• An international recruitment strategy• Concerns moving businesses to another country• Concerns attracting local workersHighly effective strategy in 4 situations:• To strengthen your international profile• To expand international activities• To be closer to your target groups• Less expensive staff in another country
  9. How to attract local workers?• Great opportunity to position own company on foreign markets!
  10. People to work• An international recruitment strategy• Concerns attracting foreign workers to come to you• International mobility and duration of stay are importantHighly effective strategy in 4 situations:• To fill in international positions in home country• To realise growth potential• Labour supply is insufficient• International workers are less demanding
  11. How to attract international workers?• Reasons to move abroad are mainly career driven• International jobseekers also want to extend their scope• Starting point for Employer Branding
  12. How to reach international workers?• High popularity of online job sources!• Corporate website very important  Recruitment Brand Experience
  13. The importance of Social Media
  14. Case: Recruiting IT workers for Brazil
  15. Where can I find them?
  16. Global Mobility Drivers: what moves them?
  17. EVP’s: how can I attract them for my owncompany?• Consider the region your company is located in• Can you meet the requirements of your target group?
  18. Media & sources: how can I reach them?• Focus on online job sources! But…don’t forget the high touch!• How can you better profile your company on Social Media?• Referral recruitment important  start using own network intensively!
  19. Using global intelligence for city marketing and employer branding
  20. • The highest global potential for London can be found in: - India (32%) - China (19%) - USA (9%)• In India London is 1,5 times more popular than the global average!• In South Africa and Brazil, London is at least 2 times more attractive
  21. Global City Drivers - Global CVD’s• The global CVD is ‘Starting an international career’• It is both important and unique• It drives potentials 1,3 times more than the average global worker
  22. A GLOBALBRANDWITH IMPACT
  23. Ranking Global AttractivenessTo measure Global Employer Brand Attractiveness,the following question is asked to the globalworkforce:Which companies would you like to work forabroad?• Globally 2.3 million people would like to work for Facebook• Global ranking of Facebook is 43 • in Europe 32 • in North-America 24 • in Asia 42 • in Africa 65
  24. Global Potential• The highest potentialfor Facebook can be foundin India. People who live inIndia, Australia, Malaysia orRussia are twice as enthusiastic aboutFacebook as the global workforce.• Notable is that Facebook hasno workforce potential in China,the biggest workforce in the world.
  25. Global Mobility Drivers - Global EVP’s• As global EVP there is a great opportunity for: ‘Making change in the world’• This pull factor drives Facebook potentials three times more than the average global worker.
  26. Who thinks its company is a top-50 employer globally?
  27. Top-50 employers of the world
  28. Who think its company is a top-10 employer globally?
  29. Top-10 employers of the world
  30. Top-10 employers of the world
  31. Would you like to learn more abouthow to attract the best talentin the world?
  32. Please read our publications2006: 128 page International 2009: White Paper + case 2011: White Paper + caseRecruitment Manual study study
  33. Our Global Talent Barometer• Easy-to-use tool for global recruitment solutions: visit www.globaltalentbarometer.com• 5 filters to define your target group: - Country - Occupational area - Educational level - Work experience - Industry• A graph will show you where you can find your talent!
  34. In-depth information or feedback?We can provide information about:• Global recruiting• Global city marketing• Global country marketing More information about the data, look at:• Global employer branding (EVP) http://www.intelligence- group.nl/files/51113/GlobalRecruitmentIntellig• Global recruitment intelligence ence.pdf Conny Roobol, MSc. E: conny@intelligence-group.nl www.linkedin.com/pub/conny-roobol/25/8a3/b33
  35. Who we are – Intelligence group• Strategic research and advice agency• Fully specialized in labour market communication and recruitment• Co-initiator of largest international labour market research: GTMS
  36. Our partner – The Network• An alliance of 49 job boards• Active across 125 countries• Network of global experts, local specialists
  37. The GTMS – Wave III
  38. http://www.globaltalentbarometer.com/about.php

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