The movement of labour, products, services, and knowledge continues to develop across international boundaries. Key drivers include the continuing popularity of offshoring, the expansion of supply chains, and the increased demand for a low-skilled migrant workforce. People professionals are central to shaping the corporate approach and culture of global organisations, navigating the legal and regulatory complexities, and recruiting successfully from a diversified talent pool.
How is globalisation driving change in your organisation?
This thought piece argues that OD practitioners in multinationals must harness the skills of globalising actors to ensure successful international integration
Four scenarios for the future of Malaysia in 2035 are considered here, together with the implications for the state, society, organisations and individuals
This factsheet looks at recruiting overseas workers, the categories of non-UK nationals able to enter and work in the UK, and the legal framework involved.
For a summary of the key global business concerns for people professionals, read Global workforce management: current trends and considerations by Mercer.
Visit the Hackathon
Join the CIPD’s virtual Hackathon to share your thoughts on how globalisation is driving change in your organisation.
You can get involved with the debate around globalisation on Tuesday 11 August.
Curated content to support the fourth trend of the CIPD’s People Profession 2030 virtual Hackathon
Insight into how global issues are impacting people professionals in Australia, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore
Insight into how global issues are impacting people professionals in Egypt, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates
This report explores employees’ experiences of menstruation and menstrual health at work and details how employers can develop a supportive culture
A report seeking common ground in skills policy across the UK’s four nations