2020 Global Talent Competitiveness Index



How can we welcome refugees a different way?

On World Refugee Day 2018 the Lab’Ho publishes a new white paper analysing the value of work for the social integration of refugees in France. The study offers 21 recommendations for policy makers and companies to help solve lack of clarity on integration, give refugees the means to acquire the appropriate skills…

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The journey toward inclusion

What does D&I mean in practicality? Harnessing diversity as a driver of innovation, requires a long-term, holistic approach of training, empathy, incentives and culture change. It must touch people as individuals, as employees and as members of their communities.

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Driving an inclusive culture is everyone’s responsibility: Dell’s Many Advocating for Real Change programme

Stephane Reboud, VP EMEA Global Services Dell EMC, shares how Dell’s participation in Catalyt’s MARC programme and the endorsement of the initiative from senior leaders, has been driving change and fostering an even more inclusive culture at the company.

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When it comes to making a country, a city or an organisation competitive, there’s an essential ingredient – people.

For the last six years, the Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) has ranked countries and major cities on their ability to attract, develop and retain talent. GTCI is an annual benchmarking report compiled by international business school INSEAD with The Adecco Group and Tata Communications. It measures and ranks 119 countries and 90 cities based on their ability to grow, attract and retain talent.

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To unlock transformation, diversity is the key

Diversity is the lifeblood that flows through the teamwork that in true generates fresh ideas and operational excellence. Any enterprise that is serious about creating a culture of growth, innovation and always-in-beta transformation must embrace the potential of diversity

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The path to a shared future is built on diversity and inclusion

Disruption is the new normal. Today’s world economy stands out for its complexity, uncertainty and the breathtaking pace of technological change. Keeping abreast requires extraordinary understanding and agility. Both can be enhanced, in business or government, by promoting diversity and inclusion.

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