Brazil: Growing the Corporate Real Estate Talent Pool

Brazil: Growing the Corporate Real Estate Talent Pool

September 2016

The economic boom and bust in the Brazilian economy over the past several years has created dramatic shifts in the supply and demand for corporate real estate (CRE) talent. At its peak in 2010, both multinationals (MNCs) and domestic firms battled to hire and retain key personnel amid stiff competition and shortages of top people. As the economy stalled, the pendulum swung in the opposite direction with an increase in layoffs as companies reduced staffing to weather the tougher economic climate. With the current economy showing signs of recovery, the question is whether the CRE talent pool will be deep enough to satisfy returning demand for skilled professionals.

Keywords: CoreNet Global, Brazil, talent, economy, demand

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