August 28th • 2 min read
#Global Talent #People #Australia #Skills shortage #People power #Expat life
Bringing Global Talent to Remote Regions
Bridging the talent gap in remote areas is never an easy feat. Especially when you consider that only 3% of Australians live in the country’s remote regions. Attracting and retaining talented professionals in these locations requires an innovative approach. It’s also critical to understand and assess the alignment between the particular environmental conditions and the candidate to ensure a solid person-region fit.
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