April 2018, Vol.245, No.4

Features

Global Mobility Attracts Millennials

By Beth Bowen, Senior Vice President, Airswift Millennials are often the subject of unfair negative stereotypes, but such aspersions are far off the mark.  Over the next few years, millennials will hit their professional primes and increasingly be in a position to call the shots when it comes to the way we work. With 89% of respondents to the recent Global Energy Talent Index (GETI) aged 18-34 open to an international move, opportunities for flexible and international working will be expected as standard.  Companies and industries caught unaware of this will struggle to attract and retain the best talent. In this new world, a robust and thought-through approach to global mobility will mov

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