Success in global markets depends on a well-honed intercultural workforce that understands the unique needs of people from different cultures and regions.
If a company’s workforce does not include people that have lived, traveled, or currently understand the unique needs of customers, product development and sales will suffer.
You only have to read the business press or watch the news to find a strong business case for diversity recruiting. “Companies that hire diversity outperform the S&P 500” (Fortune, July 19, 1999, p. 53)
“Heterogeneity—a mixture of genders, ethnic backgrounds, and ages in senior management teams—consistently correlates with superior corporate performance.”
“. . . 54% of the top 100 companies by revenue have multiple female directors versus one-third of the Fortune 500 overall. . .”
“Racial and other forms of discrimination have an economic impact on society, according to Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan: they reduce profits.”
You’ll find on LatPro many candidates:
- Who currently work for a multinational company
- Who have international experience
- Who are only interested in working in companies with global operations