Winning the Race for Emerging Talent Markets

What motivates a Uruguayan software engineer to work for an Indian company in Brazil? If you don’t know, you risk losing the race for talent in emerging markets. These markets are growing so fast, even established global players can’t recruit and retain enough employees. Learn how your company can attract talent in emerging markets by making compelling promises, and that retain talent by keeping those promises.
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