Global employers are highly interested in effective approaches to attract and retain talent in order to stay competitive in the current and future marketplace. This may be particularly relevant in developing countries, where many employers are focusing their growth strategies. Over the next 10-20 years, changes in the global workforce will place new demands on corporations. Those challenges will touch all aspects of human capital management, including how and where talent is sourced and trained, retention and the value proposition of employment across the generations. Benefits, perks and programs form an important personal bottom line and are an important tool in human capital management. Determining exactly what to offer, in which locations, across a diverse workforce requires a globally integrated, locally customized approach which should be informed by employees from all corners of the company.