Everyone wants to work for big, boring companies again
Tech start-ups have drawn all the young, hot talent for more than a decade. Now the pendulum is swinging in the other direction
After the 2008 recession, large, established corporate employers fell out of fashion. Their fusty cultures were behind the times, seemingly stuck in a cycle of perpetual layoffs and restructurings.
Tech start-ups were the place to be for a new generation of workers. Their foosball tables, beanbag chairs and modern values catered to youthful sensibilities. ..