Computer storage and data management company NetApp has roughly 150 offices across the world housing 12,300 employees. There are software engineers in Vancouver, sales representatives in Beijing, consultants in Dusseldorf and manufacturing managers back home in Sunnyvale.

Whenever a candidate joins the multibillion-dollar company—whether in Moscow, Bangalore, Sydney or Tokyo—every employee should feel like they’re a part of the same experience, said Senior Director of Worldwide Compliance and Employment Lisa Borgeson.

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