The Talent Docket: September 13, 2016
Today’s top talent-related stories from around the web.
An editor at the New York Times sought a mentor half her age, learning a lot about technology and herself along the way.
Quartz has a new story package about what makes the perfect company today.
Being part of a company with controversy could hurt employees’ prospects at future work, even if they were an innocent bystander. Bloomberg expands on this concept.
The Boston Globe suggests that Boston could be the next Silicon Valley for cybersecurity.
Finally, The Economist writes about how introverts struggle at companies that cater to extroverts.