In this episode about the talent shortage issue in Australia, Leo is interviewing Craig Goldblatt, Vice President of Partners & Alliances for Globalization Partners business in Asia.
Is Australia's talent shortage and skills gap issue real? What is the Australian government doing to address the problem? And what are some solutions for Australian businesses to leverage?
Facing a shrinking talent pool and widening skills gap, Australian companies seem to be struggling to hire locally. A shrinking population and closed borders due to the pandemic further exacerbates the situation.
But international borderless hiring is quickly emerging as a viable solution.
Through remote hiring, Australian companies can now cast a wider net and hire the best talent located anywhere in the world. With some skillsets geographically concentrated in specific talent hubs, remote hiring also provides cost-effective access to these highly sought-after professionals.
Additionally, the Australian government recently launched initiatives to encourage and promote international hiring.
Although the benefits for remote hiring are plentiful, companies must stay on top of compliance risks and administrative nightmares surrounding legal, tax, and contractual specificities.
In this episode, Leo interviews Craig Goldblatt, Vice President of Partners & Alliances for Globalization Partners, as they discuss Australia's talent shortage, tips on growing remotely, and tools and management strategies companies can deploy today.
For more insight into the Australian talent shortage and alternate talent hubs for your business to hire from, check out Globalization Partner's latest blog.
Learn more about Globalization Partners here: https://www.globalization-partners.com/goglobal/
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