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Amazon's Search for HQ2 Proves That Location, Location, Location Is Still What Matters Most
Even if your customers can be anywhere in the world, your company has to be somewhere your employees want to live.
'Location, Location'? It Isn't Everything: Here's How to Attract out-of-Town Talent.
Expand your search beyond your own backyard by convincing candidates that you're seriously interested in their success.