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As part of beauty contests, Kia Motors' corporatecounsel tests associates to assess technology skills
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If your firm is in a beauty contest for work at Kia Motors, you'll want to quickly identify your sharpest associates, and be prepared for them to fail a four-part audit of their technology skills, re
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