The Japan-based electronics and entertainment company has a lot to offer employees, too. They can learn how to manage stress or catch up on company news at lunchtime learning sessions, meet co-workers at one of hundreds of social events, or unwind in a game room during a break.What they're looking for: Sony has a longstanding history in recruiting not only for technical skills, but also focusing on talent and potential, as well as cultural fit, says Tom Verbeke, a global hiring director.
Candidates should be passionate about the company and show they identify with its vision and values, he says. They should also demonstrate they can offer fresh ideas to help the company "wow" consumers, Verbeke adds. --L.G.
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