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Hiring Lessons From The Company Adding More Than 15,000 Employees In One Year

EY is scouring campuses and employee referrals to find a stadium's worth of new hires. EY is scouring campuses and employee referrals to find a stadium's worth of new hires. If recruiting, vetting, hiring, and onboarding even one qualified employee is a difficult task, then hiring more than 15,000 may seem beyond the realm of possibility. Yet EY will have to do just that over the next 12 months.
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