The global talent landscape
Kestria has a deep understanding of the global talent landscape, with partner offices in 40+ countries and the ability to conduct in-country and cross-border search assignments. This allows us to help businesses identify the best talent pools to fit their needs.
Some of the factors that businesses need to consider when assessing the global talent landscape include:
- The skills and experience of the available talent: The skills and experience of the available talent can vary greatly from country to country. In some countries, there may be a strong pool of talent with the specific skills and experience that the business needs. In other countries, there may be a shortage of talent with the required skills. Kestria partners constantly research to assess the availability of talent in different countries.
- The cost of living in different countries: The cost of living can vary greatly from country to country. For example, the cost of living in San Francisco is much higher than the cost of living in Bangalore. Businesses need to factor in the cost of living when making decisions about where to locate their operations.
- The cultural norms and expectations: This includes the values, beliefs, and customs of different countries. For example, in some countries, it is customary to negotiate salaries, while in other countries, it is not.
- The legal and regulatory environment: This includes the laws and regulations governing employment, immigration, and taxation. Businesses need to understand the legal and regulatory environment in the countries where they are hiring talent in order to avoid compliance issues.