Executive Recruiting: Culture, Convergence And COVID-19
COVID-19 has created an “always accessible” online work environment conducive to executive recruiting, although some candidates are hesitant to change jobs during pandemic-related uncertainty. Corporate culture and an accelerating digital convergence continue to drive hiring decisions, in addition to US immigration policy and a renewed emphasis on diversity, equity and inclusion.
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