The Human Element in EMS

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Rich Krajewski
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Rich Krajewski   7/17/2013 12:37:14 PM

"They have trouble finding and keeping good employees, especially in engineering."

They do have trouble, at least in the US, but it's the fault of the current philosophy of computer review of resumes, and the mangled system of training.

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