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How This Recruiting Company Is Putting the 'Human' Back Into Human Resources

Companies have a hard time recruiting and retaining the elusive millennial employee. The Muse CEO Kathryn Minshew has a solution: Tell them everything.
Source: Ina Maria

In 2009, Kathryn Minshew was sure of one thing. She did not want to work as a consultant at McKinsey anymore. But the next step was less certain. After typing “business strategy director” into a major job-hunting search engine, she stared in disbelief at more than 5,000 returns.

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