The BRIC (Brazil, Russia, China, and India) countries’ virtuous cycles of economic activity may be slowed down or interrupted by a talent shortage.
Despite the number of individuals who can be counted as part of the active labor force, employers in these populous nations face profound challenges in attracting and retaining talent. To address the shortage of labor, employers are turning to expatriates, but the rules for recruitment and treatment of expatriates have changed.
Hewitt associates Diana Yang, Natalia Tikhomirova, and Sandeep Chaudhary discuss these issues in the article linked to below.
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