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  • How will this impact the recruiting process?
  • In a world of pervasive communications, is this a disruption of the standard recruitment ecosystem?
  • Do I really want companies keeping track of my career?
If you’ve had experience with this — on the vendor side or the candidate side — I’d really like to hear from you.
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