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There is something that is much more scarce, something finer far, something rarer than ability. It is the ability to recognize ability.

Hubbard [1, p. 163]

Nowadays, one of the biggest challenges faced by organizations all around the world is the fact that human resource management (HRM) trends are directly connected to globalization and, consequently, to the intensification of the complexity of business activity.

The success of international expansion is based on the way the key people are managed. To attract and retain key talent, companies worldwide must recognize the importance of international mobility, as well as the adoption of talent management programs, and make efforts to create a talent mobility strategy [2]. According to this author, the talent pool is not local anymore, instead is becoming more and more global.

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Global Talent Management

Human resource management is now facing new challenges, highlighted by the increase in global employment competition and also by the demand for talent. According to the SHRM [3], the competition for the best skills has been particularly emphasized by the rapidly emerging economies, such as China, India, and Brazil.

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