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Talent10x: Does Meritocracy Work?

By Frank Kalman

Sep. 28, 2017

This week’s episode of Talent Economy podcast Talent10x features Workforce‘s Rick Bell, Frank Kalman and Lauren Dixon, who discuss Lauren’s most recent story analyzing the state of meritocracy at work, the latest developments in CEO and business political and cultural activism, and news that Equifax fired its CEO.

Listen here or subscribe to Talent10x on iTunesStitcherGoogle Plaor Tunein.

This podcast originally appeared on Workforce‘s sister publication, Talent Economy.

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