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HR on the Hot Seat in China

March 9, 2007
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Not only do HR departments at multinationals face intense challenges when it comes to leadership talent matters, but HR executives themselves are among the most sought-after professionals.
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Chinese Headhunter Stalks the Online Recruitment Market

March 7, 2007
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Founded in 1997 as a traditional headhunting company, Zhaopin moved most of its recruitment online during the dot-com boom and is now operating in 20 Chinese cities. Newspaper advertising constitutes only 25 percent of its core business.
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Chinas Talent Wars

March 7, 2007
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Chinese graduates are facing their first employment crunch in 30 years, but employers aren’t rejoicing. Despite the apparent abundance of labor, there is a paradox: Companies often have trouble finding the right candidate for the job.
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Regulating the Recruitment Mix in Global Markets

August 18, 2006
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Labor markets and business needs determine the balance of expatriates and local nationals for global companies until they venture into locations where hiring is highly regulated.
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Running the Global Recruiting Machine

August 9, 2006
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Nonstop recruiting on five continents requires sophisticated labor market analyses and a constant feedback loop to reinforce best practices.
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Kimberly-Clark Developing Talent in Developing World Markets

April 12, 2006
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Kimberly-Clark has steady increased its talent development and training programs during the past 10 years.
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P&G Places a Premium on International Experience

April 12, 2006
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The majority of P&G's 140,000 employees work outside the U.S. and the company places premium on developing local talent.
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Legal Limits to Harmonization

April 10, 2006
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Multinational companies have made great strides in establishing compensation and performance management systems that cover all employees. But the are limits due to international labor laws.
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