Recruitment

Talent10x: What Makes a Company a Great Place to Work?

By Frank Kalman

Jun. 7, 2017

[vc_row][vc_column] Rick Bell joins Talent Economy’s Frank Kalman this week to chat with Great Place to Work’s Ed Frauenheim. They recap the organization’s annual conference in Chicago a few weeks back, an event that featured talks from Cisco’s John Chambers and AT&T’s Randall Stephenson. They also talk culture, competitiveness and leadership.

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Talent10x is a podcast originally posted on Workforce’s sister publication Talent Economy. 

Listen here or subscribe to Talent10x on iTunes or Stitcher. Also, to get more Talent Economy coverage, visit talenteconomy.io

 

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