I'm glad they don't just passively reject the transactional staffing industry paradigm. But couldn't they do so proactively? It's great that they can handle projects of varied size and scope, too. The companies with the fixed size and scope are awfully weird. And I knew about globalization, but when did the economy become project--based? I thought it was all about shit like steel, and wheat, and oil, and the value of the Euro.
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