Why are IT recruiters and IT consultants obsessed with Yahoo’s moves? IT staffing firms and IT consultants, along with most other IT professionals, seem fixated on most, if not every move that Yahoo and its new CEO Marisssa Mayer make.
Mayer’s Telecommuting policy sparked a nation-wide debate by IT recruiters CA to IT recruiters Boston. IT recruiting companies couldn’t stop talking about Mayer’s initial appointment. And now as Yahoo acquires Summly and other start-ups, IT staffing firms are just continuing the conversation. Of course IT recruiting agencies are generally concerned with the goings-on in Google or Facebook, However, Yahoo has ignited the information technology field’s interest in a special way.
While there could be many reasons IT headhunters can’t look away from Yahoo and Mayer, the answer could largely be that Yahoo is not so different from the America right now. After a devastating fall from grace, Yahoo and America are attempting to pick up the pieces. And with a very strong symbolic and real correlation between the two, IT staffing agencies are waiting with baited breath to see if they can successfully put themselves back together.
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