November 24, 2022
November 21, 2022
Jason Alderman stood outside as he used his phone in a Washington, DC park, his head imperfectly shielded by an umbrella as a downpour rose on a dreary fall day. The communications chief of San Francisco tech firm Fast was on the East Coast to interview a job candidate, a talent scout trip that likely wouldn’t have happened until the pandemic changed the way businesses such as Fast find people to work for them and persuade them to stay.
It’s a new way of working for Alderman.
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