The fight for global talent: new directions, new competitors – a case study on Singapore
Reveals that companies are testing new ways to entice professionals into their field due to the lack of global talent available. States that this is increasing in importance since having the right people can yield greater financial returns. States that the USA used to be a haven for talented individuals but now other countries are joining the battle to entice individuals, examining the case of Singapore and the problems encountered. Concludes that for the most part Singapore has been successful.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2002-03-15
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