Latin America’s Talent Market

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A comprehensive overview of the talent landscape in Latin America. Learn about key talent trends, local management best practices and country-level differentiators.

Overview, Table of Contents & Sample Pages below

Overview

Employee recruitment and retention are likely to remain an issue for multinational companies in Latin America.
As the region’s economic outlook is expected to improve over the long term, more multinationals are also expected to arrive, increasing demand for talent and exacerbating talent retention issues in the region.

Results from our most recent FSG Talent Management Survey suggest that on average, two -thirds of HR executives envision some talent management difficulties, particularly with retention, which will force companies to discover innovative best practices to remain competitive in LATAM’s evolving talent market

What you will learn

  • What are the key trends shaping Latin America’s talent landscape
  • How talent issues vary across key countries such as Brazil, Mexico and Argentina
  • Understand best practices to deploy to attract and retain top talent

 
What you will receive

  • Immediate access to the 44-page PDF report
  • Exclusive email updates covering emerging markets business topics
  • Special discounts on future report purchases

 

Table of Contents

  • Executive Summary3
  • Section 1: Talent Trends in Latin America4
  •   LATAM’s Talent Issues are Varied and Latent 5
  •   Talent Issues are Expected to Persist6
  •   Talent Attractions and Retention will Worsen7
  •   Experienced and Skilled Workers are Scarce8
  •   Talent Retention Has Become More Complex9
  • Section 2: The Talent Issue: A Country-Level Analysis10
  •   Analytical Framework11
  •   Argentina: Main Pain Points12
  •   Argentina: Main Drivers of Pain Points13
  •   Argentina: Expected Talent Market Evolution14
  •   Brazil: Main Pain Points15
  •   Brazil: Main Drivers of Pain Points16
  •   Brazil: Expected Talent Market Evolution17
  •   Chile: Main Pain Points18
  •   Chile: Main Drivers of Pain Points19
  •   Chile: Expected Talent Market Evolution20
  •   Colombia: Main Pain Points21
  •   Colombia: Main Drivers of Pain Points22
  •   Colombia: Expected Talent Market Evolution23
  •   Mexico: Main Pain Points24
  •   Mexico: Main Drivers of Pain Points25
  •   Mexico: Expected Talent Market Evolution26
  •   Peru: Main Pain Points27
  •   Peru: Main Drivers of Pain Points28
  •   Peru: Expected Talent Market Evolution29
  •   Venezuela: Main Pain Points30
  •   Venezuela: Main Drivers of Pain Points31
  •   Venezuela: Expected Talent Market Evolution32
  • Section 3: Best Practices to Attract & Retain Talent33
  •   To Win the Talent War, MNCs Need to Do More34
  •   Winning the War for Talent35
  •   Winning the Talent Attraction War36
  •   Identify and Develop Talent from Within37
  •   Offer Skills-Based Variable Compensation38
  •   Create Local Technical Centers of Excellence39
  •   Winning the Talent Retention War40
  •   Personalize Career Development Maps41
  •   Filter Talent with Global Management Skills42
  •   Create a Process to Instill Your Culture43
  • About Frontier Strategy Group44

Sample Pages

LATAM's Talent Issues Are Varied and Latent

Argentina Main Pain Points

Winning the War for Talent

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