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The Dos and Don'ts of Recruiting Sales Professionals

October 9, 2012 | posted in: Human Resources | tagged as: Recruiting, Human Resources, Hiring, Interviewing, Hr, Candidate Qualification, Sales, Sales Recruiting
Recruiting salespeople means matching the most qualified individual to the available position, rather than simply selling the candidate on the job. Because I firmly believe that salespeople are the hardest people to sell to, when I recruit for sales positions, my motto is, “Tell, don’t sell!”

Building a Better Recruiting Experience: How First Impressions Make or Break the Hiring Process

October 30, 2012 | posted in: Human Resources | tagged as: Social Media, Employer Branding, Company Culture, Interviewing, Hr, Recruiting, Applicant Experience, Hiring, Human Resources, Recruitment Advertising
Companies have more ways than before of building their candidate pools. Tech savvy employers using multiple sources are able generate an influx of candidates. Yet, online channels allow not just employers, but potential employees to spread the word—good or bad—about job opportunities on a larger scale. For some employers, the ramifications of such widespread sharing can be downright scary.

[Webinar] Sales Recruiting: From Process to Placement (with ERE.net)

November 21, 2012 | posted in: Industry Buzz | tagged as: Events, Recruitment Process, Recruitment Operations, Sales, Industry Buzz, Recruitment Technology, Recruiting, Rpo, Hiring, Interviewing, Sales Recruiting, Webinar, Selling
Learn how to recruit better sales people faster. In partnership with ERE.net, one of the industry’s leading recruiting resources, we’ll share best practices to help you optimize your recruiting process and while improving overall candidate quality.

How to Communicate Effectively Throughout the Recruitment Process

November 26, 2012 | posted in: Human Resources | tagged as: Candidate Qualification, Recruiting, Sales, Human Resources, Hiring, Interviewing, Hr, Sales Recruiting
As talented recruiters and experienced managers, we all know how important it is during the interview process to make sure that all of our candidates possess the skills necessary to excel in the position. In doing so, we must keep in mind that recruiters and managers play a huge role in the overall interview experience.

The Human Factor: Cultivating Successful Candidate Relationships

January 15, 2013 | posted in: Human Resources | tagged as: Candidate Qualification, Sales, Recruiting, Hiring, Human Resources, Interviewing, Hr, Sales Recruiting
Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a Recruiting Warehouse where candidates were assembled, perfectly packaged, and delivered to hiring managers in accordance with their preference? Unfortunately, people are not tangible products and each employee brings drastically different strengths and benefits to an organization, in addition to being motivated and measured differently.

Balancing Acts: Building Recruiting Relationships on Solid Ground

February 5, 2013 | posted in: Human Resources | tagged as: Professional Search, Vendor Selection, Recruiting, Sales Recruiting, Hr, Hiring, Human Resources, Interviewing
The business of recruiting and filling open positions is generally a delicate balancing act. Establishing and maintaining relationships with our clients and candidates is crucial to filling the role with the right person. The focus here becomes understanding the needs of both, and determining whether a viable match can be made. The challenge is then engaging both parties throughout the hiring process.

5 Ways Sales Recruiting Goes Off Track—and How to Adjust Your Course

March 19, 2013 | posted in: Human Resources | tagged as: Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing, Metrics, High Volume Recruiting, Building Candidate Pools, Sourcing, Job Postings, Interviewing, Recruitment Process, Sales Recruiting, Ats, Sales, Applicant Tracking System
Recruiting talented sales professionals continues to be a challenge, even with all the great candidates on the market. Part of why sales hiring can be so difficult is because of the sales recruiting process, rather than the candidate pool itself. Recruiters may uncover strong candidates with the right skills for the job, but end up losing them to a complex or lengthy recruitment process.

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