Original airdate August 7, 2020, on Bloomberg Radio. CareerBuilder CEO Irina Novoselsky appeared on Bloomberg Radio - with hosts Jason Kelly and Carol Massar - to share her insights on finding candidates amid uncertainty, as well as how diversity and job seekers' skills should be integral to your recovery strategy.
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