Now that Marissa Mayer’s in charge of Yahoo as the new CEO, similar to Google’s co-founders, she’s reviewing every new hire before they walk in the door.
According to Business Insider, she reviews every serious candidate’s resume. One insider told the site the new change going all the way up the food chain isn’t exactly expediting the hiring process.
The source explained, ”It’s gotten a little frustrating.” After all, according to the site he lost two candidates due to timing.
He added, “I can’t say that I blame her.”
But maybe the change shows that executives really care about who walks into the door as a new employee? Previously it sounded like people weren’t too jazzed to work for the company. “I mean nobody gave a s— to come to Yahoo.”
So, technically he would follow Mayer’s footsteps if given the shot. He pointed out, “I’d want to review all the talent that comes in the doors, too.”
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