Gender inequality at work depicted in 4 clear graphs
15 Aug 2019  ·  5 min read

Stefan van Tulder Maria Silantyeva

Gender inequality at work depicted in 4 clear graphs

There has been many debates around gender inequality in the workplace, but many people still don’t understand how to fully make sense of this problem. So, even if you have heard about gender inequality five times this week, it’s a...

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Attracting global talent in the age of employee relocations
08 Aug 2019  ·  5 min read

Stefan van Tulder Lucas Wilegoda

Attracting global talent in the age of employee relocations

International status and a global stream of revenue are key goals of the modern company. Workforce mobility can allow an organization to meet such targets while making the most out of their talent pool at the same time. However, l...

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Why development opportunities at work are more important than ever?
01 Aug 2019  ·  2 min read

Stefan van Tulder Maria Silantyeva

Why development opportunities at work are more important than ever?

What do you think is the main reason why people usually quit or think about quitting the job? Crazy boss? Conflicts with co-workers? Low pay? No, no, and no. At Talent Data Labs, we analyzed data of more than two thousand professi...

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Employee relocation: what data reveals about global talent
25 Jul 2019  ·  5 min read

Stefan van Tulder Lucas Wilegoda

Employee relocation: what data reveals about global talent

How does employee relocation benefit your company? Top talent is moving fast and if you are not ready, they will be gone before you know it. But don’t worry, we have some tips. As the hyperconnected world economy becomes the real...

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Employee Dissatisfaction: Ways to Tackle
18 Jul 2019  ·  6 min read

Stefan van Tulder Maria Silantyeva

Employee Dissatisfaction: Ways to Tackle

Every person wants to be happy and satisfied with their job and workplace, but not every employer could boast about the fact that they do everything possible to increase the satisfaction of their workers. And they can’t be blamed:...

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