With a scarcity of talent at present, organizations seek to hire highly skilled workers. IDC predicts that 30 percent of Forbes Global 2000 firms will function as "borderless organizations" by 2024.
"The 20th-century talent market, defined by geography and limited mobility, is being upended," said Lisa Rowan, Research Vice President, HR, Talent, and Learning Strategies for IDC. "The 21st century's borderless talent market is far more competitive and demands a flexible team approach that draws on resources when needed and from wherever they reside, making global talent mobility an imperative."
The Global Talent Mobility Assessment framework falls light on Topia's experience working with some of the brands. The assessment grades organizations in the following four areas and provides a composite score for overall global talent mobility readiness:
Global talent mobility empowers enterprise HR teams to deploy, manage, and engage employees anywhere in the world. Topia's Global Talent Mobility platform enables businesses to deliver mobility as part of a broader talent and business strategy with enhanced employee experiences.
"Organizations of all sizes are experiencing lower-than-ideal employee engagement while facing talent and skills shortages around the globe," said Steve Black, Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer at Topia. "Global talent mobility addresses these challenges by enabling firms to compete successfully in a borderless global economy. The Global Talent Mobility Assessment framework helps them discover where they excel and where they need to transform."