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Recruiting Passive Candidates Using Social Media

February 26th, 2014 Comments off

Social media recruiting is becoming more conventional as an increasing number of employers are realizing the overall benefits, both short and long-term. Using social media to build relationships with potential candidates for future positions that may become available is a great strategy that can pay back immensely later. Read more…

Reputation Management and Branding are King

February 26th, 2014 Comments off

Branding and Reputation are interlinked. While one cannot exist without the other, It’s important to understand how closely related the two terms are. Although the internet and social media have vastly changed the game when it comes to branding and reputation, Brand Reputation Management (BRM) has been around for quite a while now. Read more…

Common Mistakes Employers Make When Interviewing Sales People

February 26th, 2014 Comments off

You may have spent countless hours looking to recruit just the right person for the sales team that you need to launch—yet every candidate seems to fall short. Either the world has failed to create enough sales people or there is something wrong with your interviewing technique. In fact, it’s both. Read more…

Success in Sales: Do Looks Matter?

February 26th, 2014 Comments off

If life were a movie, we’d tell you that looks don’t mean anything and that it’s your heart and personality that count. Unfortunately, this is not a movie and the world is ruthless. In a world run by gossip magazines and Photoshop, it may not have taken too much to convince you that looks are entirely important in this world. Read more…

Hiring Sales People Outside your Industry

February 26th, 2014 Comments off

While hiring within the industry may have its own benefits sometimes hiring managers may find themselves walking the other road and looking for recruits beyond their own industry. Hiring from within the industry lends the assurance that little to no training will be required when integrating them with the company or familiar job function. Read more…