#7 Episode - What to do if potential candidates do not want to move?

Cicek Berse and Katharina Martin-Rollmann give us an insight into the interfaces between Talent and Mobility at TÜV NORD GROUP. They report on how they jointly master the requirements of global talent acquisition. We also learn more from Cicek about the design of the internal information platform to ensure an efficient exchange between business and HR.

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In the past, the importance of collaboration between Talent and Mobility was always emphasized. However, this statement mainly referred to the development of existing employees.

For some time now, we have been observing the trend that the required talent is sometimes no longer available on the local labor market and has to be recruited from abroad. But what happens if the potential candidate does not want to move to Germany? We explored this question with Cicek Berse and Katharina Martin-Rollmann in the current episode.

You can find this episode of the Global Mobility Podcast (The Forum for Expatriate Management) on the regular channels (Spotify, Google Podcast, Podbean, Amazon Music and YouTube). 

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/1penbesimwfB80aVkM9iZ8?si=47cb8e406822481a

Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/24a1fc17-96fa-4f3a-ad30-b7e9476fc9be/episodes/7ff8a090-782d-4e98-9c3c-f976d423360e/global-mobility-transformation-7-global-talent-aquisition

Google Podcast: Global Mobility Transformation - #7 Cross-border Remote Hires (google.com)

Podbean: https://www.podbean.com/ew/pb-weawc-11c5e04

Youtube: #7 Cross-border Remote Hire - YouTube

Listen and share (𝗹𝗶𝗸𝗲, 𝗿𝗲𝗽𝗼𝘀𝘁)! Because knowledge shared is knowledge doubled. 😊

Share your opinion/experience/questions to cross-border remote hire in the comments. 

The podcast is sponsored by EY and CIBT.

#Globalmobility #Crossborderwork #FEM #transformation

Frank Jura

Managing Director Germany and Austria , CIBTvisas & Newland Chase

With more than 20 years in HR Global Mobility and Immigration, he brings extensive industry knowledge to CIBT. Prior joining CIBT Frank worked in professional services and relocation management firms where he held various leadership roles in operations, consulting and client management, supporting corporate clients across different sectors. Frank is highly committed to deliver value and exceptional services to our customers and corporate clients. He regularly leads thought leadership initiatives and he is a frequent speaker at client events. Frank holds a Master’s Degree of the Technical University Munich.

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