Case of Edward Snowden points up flaws in hiring practices

09/6/2013 | Government Executive

The hiring of Edward Snowden points to not just the well known dearth of qualified candidates for technical jobs but also to practices that many businesses can focus on to tighten up their hiring procedures, writes Tom Monahan, chairman of the Corporate Executive Board. Among other things, workforce planning should be coordinated with a company's strategic planning to identify key dependencies, and recruiters should be called upon to give you a better picture of market reality.

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