Laid-off job hunters are sending a deluge of applications to tech companies still hiring during the coronavirus crisis, and a recruiter says ‘We can be very picky’ (AMZN)

Many companies have frozen or slowed down hiring during the coronavirus pandemic, but for the companies that are still hiring, recruiters are busier than ever. Recruiters say that they’re seeing more candidates apply than before, and they’re also sourcing from lists of people who have been laid off. They also say the priorities of candidates have changed, as they’re more interested in a company’s stability and less interested in perks like free lunch and commuter benefits. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

During the coronavirus pandemic, Asana has been onboarding 15 to 20 new hires every

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