The war for talent

August 2005
Finance Week;8/31/2005, p50
Reports on the competition among businesses for top talents in the labor market in South Africa. Recognition of knowledge workers as a major source of competitive advantage in today's world of work; Emergence of the intellectual capital as a critical feature of globalization; Initiatives undertaken by companies to attract top talents and retain employees.


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