Mozambique's economy is built on the country's significant natural resource, and access to international trade through its coastal ports. Political turmoil at the end of the last century significantly impacted the size of the economy, but many regional initiatives and global trade efforts have grown the markets for mining, food production and chemicals. As the continent's leading human capital consultancy, Global Career Company has been working in Mozambique with multinational and regional brands to complete succession planning, EVP promotion, staffing and job posting, as well as offering invaluable advice services including employee engagement surveys, leadership development and capacity building support through our GCC Advisory initiative.

The Talent Network

The Global Career Company Talent Network offers access to the largest collection of human capital insight to drive your recruitment and growth strategies. As the leading international recruitment agency for Africa, we are proud to support the largest Diaspora talent network for African professionals and graduates.

Here is a snapshot of our insight into the market, and the information which will increase your talent insight.

The Top Attraction Drivers for Mozambican Talent

Understanding the top attraction drivers for recruiting talent is key to getting the best to join your brand. Do you think the most talented people are only moving for pay? The real drivers for recruitment are:

Trust/confidence in senior leadership

Health care and wellness benefits

Opportunity to develop your skills

Data sourced from the Careers in Africa Employer of Choice Survey

Engagement Metric Insights in Mozambique

Retaining your talent is essential for development and consistent excellence. Engagement metrics explore what the talent pool thinks about their employers, what keeps them in your team, and what drives them away. Understanding them can help you celebrate what makes your organisation a great place to work, and challenge the reasons your people leave.


Of Mozambicans would recommend their employer to others as a good place to work

Of Mozambicans believe their organisation is not providing opportunities for African employees who work internationally to gain new experiences

Of Mozambicans are willing to put in extra effort beyond what is expected to help their organisation succeed

Of Mozambicans believe their employer is not able to source the talent they need for future business locally

Data sourced from the Careers in Africa Employer of Choice Survey

Our Talent Network In Mozambique

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The Global Career Company Talent Network for Mozambique is the best source of diaspora and local talent for graduate and professional sourcing. 45% of Mozambican talent are located in country, with large diaspora populations in South Africa, Portugal and Zimbabwe. A quarter of Mozambican talent is working in oil & gas. Other industries are more balanced, across mining, marketing, engineering and manufacturing. Job roles in Mozambique are diverse compared to similar markets. Many in the Talent Pool identify their role are 'other', and their are comparatively low numbers working in marketing. A higher than average number work in engineering.

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Scheherazade Zekkar

Head of Consulting Services

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