Future of Work

Fixing the global skills gap: Here's why firms need to get migrant management right 

The global labour market has vastly altered in recent years. Image: Unsplash/Clay Banks

Paul Baldassari
Executive Vice-President, Worldwide Operations, Flex
Aida Hajro
Chair in International Business and Director, Centre for International Business at the University of Leeds
Milda Žilinskaitė
Senior Scientist, Vienna University of Economics and Business
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Migrants account for up to 3.6% of the global population.
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