A Video Game That Tells If Employees Are Fit For WorkJoan O'C. Hamilton
For fun, Robert Anguay likes to take his two stepsons out to play video games. He often drops a few quarters himself. But every day before he begins work at Silicon Valley's Ion Implant Services Inc., Anguay lines up with his fellow delivery drivers, stands in front of a console, and "plays" a short video game. There's no fooling around here: Unless the machine spits out a receipt confirming that the drivers have passed the video test, they can't climb behind the wheel.
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