For large organisations with operations in different countries, recruitment in different markets asks them to make decisions on the importance of local employment culture and their own standardised processes and consistency of service.
With growing competition as businesses and individuals become more able to seek out overseas opportunities, expat recruitment outsourcing is a growing business.
The Times recently took a look at how some organisations outsource their recruitment to regional agencies that specialise in a particular field and, importantly, in a particular market. They are familiar with everything from typical hiring processes to translation services to visa entry requirements.
Having looked last week at the surge in expat recruitment in India, it is interesting to see companies working to take advantage of potential surges in other regions of the world.