COVID-19 has clearly had a devastating effect on countless industries, many of which have altered their approach to best navigate through this constantly shifting landscape. The volatile environment we have so unexpectedly found ourselves in, has meant both businesses and candidates alike have been forced to show significant flexibility, resilience and adaptability during the hiring process.
With the industry facing unique challenges and uncertainty at this time, we are able to draw upon a broad network of highly regarded and capable individuals to provide quality support to corporate initiatives or specific business critical tasks.
For the next interview in our Q&A series, we are pleased to introduce Sean Kow | Senior Associate. In this Q&A profile, Sean provides some insight into his industry experience, what it takes to work in research and life at QA.
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