For designing a cross-border professional development program that serves both employees and clients, Gensler is the gold Optimas Award winner for Global Outlook.
For its efforts to break down barriers, HCL Technologies is the 2012 winner of the Optimas Award for Global Outlook.
For its efforts to hone the skills of its law department employees throughout the world, IBM is the 2011 winner of the Optimas Award for Global Outlook.Read More
To better serve its increasingly international roster of clients, the Bangalore-based IT company scours the globe to find the best talent.Read More
A global recruiting site helps far-flung managers at the professional services company acquire the talent they need--and saves $1.5 million a year. Deloitte's global recruitment site eliminates the redundant efforts of maintaining 35 separate local recruiting Web sites.Read More
The computer chip maker's workforce strategies have helped it remain atop the competitive tech market and prepared it for a knowledge-based future. Intel has is a leader in areas ranging from ethics to leadership training to fostering a global perspective among its employees.Read More
For creating a career development and learning initiative that reaches employees in most of the 170 countries where the company operates, IBM is the 2010 winner of the Optimas Award for Global Outlook.Read More
Only 14 percent of U.S. employers reported difficulty filling key positions in 2010.Read More