As organisations battle high turnover and gaps in their leadership pipeline, can next generation sourcing strategies tap into a growing and often hidden professional pool of candidates willing to move for the right career opportunity? This whitepaper explores emerging talent mobility trends in Asia Pacific and reveals how to win the new war for talent in an era of sustained talent scarcity.
+ Market realities causing greater talent mobility: unprecedented generational change, rapid technological advancement, employee demand for flexibility and work/life balance and the emergence of the blended workforce
+ With up to 70% of the professional talent pool not actively seeking new jobs, employers need advanced sourcing strategies that go beyond the jobseeker to the passive talent pool and further — to a core network of the best talent in a particular niche, career stage or location
+ 19% of employers across the Asia Pacific region aim to recruit more people from overseas to combat talent scarcity, but the number rises to 26% in Hong Kong and 33% in Singapore, indicating a strong need for international talent
+ Half the accounting professionals surveyed were willing to consider a move to Hong Kong, with those from Malaysia (55%) and Singapore (49%) most willing to relocate for the primary aim of securing better remuneration
+ Key drivers for moving to Hong Kong: career development, job experience, cultural experience, better remuneration and change of work environment
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Posted: Friday, 19 December 2014 - 3:54 PM