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Why Location Strategy Matters for Talent Acquisition

Erica Ruder • 5/1/2019
Learn how location and talent strategy work hand in hand to secure successful outcomes for your company.

Location Matters Report

Talent attraction and retention has seized the attention of C-suite executives. But how can you find and hire the skilled employees you need when the demand for talent keeps growing?

It starts with location strategy.

Location strategy and talent strategy work hand in hand to secure successful outcomes for your company. In this comprehensive report, Cushman & Wakefield and Hire Velocity teamed up to examine:

  • How to know when relocating is the right move for your company
  • What strategic drivers should guide your location decision
  • Six critical considerations that will help you develop your location short list
  • What risks are associated with relocation
  • Six steps to creating a successful location strategy

Enjoy the report by downloading from this web page.


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