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The hiring problem

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Sanjib.A   10/26/2011 3:27:39 PM
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I liked the phrase "plug-and-play recruits"... very well written. :) I am surprised to see the statistics...60% from 15% in just one year? That makes me thinking, what has changed over this one year, which has increased the difficulty in finding the right candidate in just one year drastically. Yeah, I think it is the cost pressure, reduced spending in training, expectation that the new recruit shall be productive from day 1 and almost a fullstop on recruiting fresh engineers.

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