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Global talent management in knowledge intensive firms in Europe and India. In Global Talent Management (pp. 183-196). Springer, Cham.

  • Pereira, V., & Fontinha R
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Abstract

Over the past twenty years multinational firms shine in the global markets and it is only possible with the help of human resources management. MNC are the best platform to deal with the challenges of management which include talent shortage, talent surpluses, locating and relocating talent and compensation levels of talent. The situation for organizations today is global, complex, dynamic, highly competitive, and extremely unstable, and is likely to remain so for years to come. All over the world companies facing the problem of building the strong channel of talent management. At the time of global financial crises and economic boom this problem has been predominant. Another important fact is that many companies face strong rivalry for the skills worldwide and face extensive challenges in attracting, engaging, promoting and retaining employees. The present study make an attempt to access the strategies to overcome these challenges, and in projecting the opportunities for future talent management.

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Pereira, V., & Fontinha, R. (2014). Global talent management in knowledge intensive firms in Europe and India. In Global Talent Management (pp. 183-196). Springer, Cham. (p. 285). Retrieved from https://books.google.com.pe/books?id=GkG3BAAAQBAJ

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