Talent Mobility Good Practices

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The World Economic Forum in collaboration with Mercer has just published “Talent Mobility Good Practices: Collaboration at the Core of Driving Economic Growth”. The report is based on 55 case studies from around the world. It shows concrete actions that organizations – including companies, governments, academic institutions, and non-profit entities – have implemented to address talent challenges. Among the case studies, the featured solutions to these problems are varied, ranging from shaping academic curricula to better meet an industry’s talent needs to training underskilled workers for employment. The report concludes with recommendations on how individual stakeholders can advance successful collaborative talent mobility practices.