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Location Strategy for a Hybrid Workforce

Five actions HR executives should take to drive long-term business resilience

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Learn five actions HR can take to support location strategy.

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As more organizations consider permanent remote work policies, CFOs are thinking through the real estate and cost implications. In fact, 72% of CFOs anticipate that the corporate real estate footprint will decrease over the next two years. 

HR leaders should ensure that location strategy considerations go beyond real estate, corporate taxes and government incentives, partnering with the business to build a location strategy that considers current and future talent needs. 

TalentNeuron™ identified five actions to take to build a talent-first location strategy that helps your organization: 

  • Gain a competitive advantage. 
  • Meet and exceed diversity representation goals.
  • Plan for long-term sustainability.
  • Mitigate geopolitical risks.

About TalentNeuron™

TalentNeuron covers 90% of the global GDP, enabling you to formulate a comprehensive location strategy that’s not just about real estate costs. Discover optimal talent hubs and hidden talent pools by comparing and ranking target locations based on various talent, cost and macroeconomic criteria to: 

  • Expand your global footprint for future investment and business goals in a hybrid world.
  • Consolidate your location portfolio to offset significant talent, financial and geopolitical risks.
  • Identify diverse sources of talent as the opportunity to acquire talent beyond hub locations becomes a more permanent part of long-term workforce planning strategies.
  • Understand the location strategy and remote work profiles your traditional and nontraditional competitors are targeting.

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