Overcoming the New Challenges of Global Backgrounds

The competition for top talent is at an all-time high. Employers are looking globally to recruit workers with international skill sets, particularly in the technology, big pharma and consulting sectors. Non-traditional employees are also becoming more commonplace. LinkedIn predicts that by 2020, 43% of the U.S. workforce will be made up of freelancer professionals. Although this expanding landscape is good news for employers, it also presents challenges, especially during the screening process. Those screening both global and non-traditional workers must keep in mind a few best practices to make the most of this widening talent pool – or they may lose their best candidate to the competition. FULL ARTICLE

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