Despite all the noise, four major themes have emerged from the countless panel sessions at SXSW 2013: platform fatigue, app fatigue, the ascendancy of big data, and the comparative value of renting online real estate and owning it.
Why is Yahoo now requiring all its employees -- even those who were hired with the understanding that they could work from home -- to report to an office beginning in June? Is working from home a bad policy?
This Blog Post is from the e-book, “2013 Recruiting Technology Trends” by Recruiter.com (Read it!). An examination of recruiting technology trends with expert commentary and helpful advice for recruiting practitioners.
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