- Report features 55 case studies describing concrete actions that solve talent mobility and employability problems persisting worldwide
- Collaboration among stakeholders shows greatest potential to address labour market failures
- Recommendations outline how to advance successful collaborative talent mobility practices
New York, USA, 5 January 2012 – A report released today by the World Economic Forum highlights that collaboration in talent mobility among stakeholders on all sides of the employment equation are most effective in addressing labour market failures and enhancing job creation. The report, Talent Mobility Good Practices – Collaboration at the Core of Driving Economic Growth, is based on 55 case studies from around the world. It shows concrete actions that organizations – including companies, governments, academic institutions, non-profit entities – have implemented to address talent challenges. The report was prepared in collaboration with Mercer.