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Stephanie Houston, Senior Director, Talent Acquisition EMEA, WeWork

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In this episode of the HRD Live Podcast, Michael Hocking is joined by Stephanie Houston, Senior Director, Talent Acquisition EMEA, WeWork. 

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The work landscape around us is continually changing. As more companies choose to work in shared workspaces, it creates an exciting opportunity workforces to collaborate and communicate.

One of the companies leading this transformational change is WeWork. Providing agile workspace for all companies, from startups to large corporate enterprises, WeWork is arguably one of the companies defining the new world of work, reflecting the growing need for work style to adapt to individual business needs, and the working patterns of new, digital talent.

In this episode of the HRD Live Podcast, Michael Hocking is joined by Stephanie Houston, Senior Director, Talent Acquisition EMEA, WeWork.

Michael and Stephanie discuss the importance of workplace culture, looking for business value when onboarding talent, and more.


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