Hiring sales professionals is difficult and in today’s competitive market it is that much more challenging. There is no room for error and an effective hiring process is required. Are you missing out on sales talent? Do you find yourself frustrated with your process? Do you find yourself making the recruitment process more complex than it has to be? You may be guilty of committing one of the seven deadly sins of hiring.
If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, like myself and most of my office, I hope you caught onto which famous saying I was eluding to. For those of you who are not Game of Throne fans, I was playing off (hopefully successfully) the show’s popular quote “winter is coming.” Throughout the series, between the battles and scandals and plays for power, the characters refer to an even larger and more ominous threat than each other. They keep saying that “winter is coming,” something they are dreading.
Our client develops on site cloud-based solutions for a wide variety of industries. They can range from wholesale, manufacturing, and distribution to professional services and accountancy. Their software supports all major business processes such a production, logistics, finance & administration, HR, sales and marketing.
Entrepreneurship is in my blood. My father has owned a successful landscaping business for the last 30 years. It is safe to say he passed this quality down to me. In 2008 while in college, I was working part-time at a restaurant while balancing a full-time student schedule. On the weekends, I was detailing cars in my backyard for some extra money. I always had a strong passion for cars and an even stronger passion for clean ones.
Matt joined Treeline as a Business Development Representative and due to his hard work and commitment to excellence he has been promoted to Business Development Manager. Matt drives all of the lead generation efforts for Treeline's Sourcing as a Service. Treeline’s cost-effective Sourcing as a Service (SaaS) solution provides companies the opportunity to increase qualified candidate traffic to their open job position.
As a CEO of a growing company, I understand that setting out to build a disruptive and successful organization is no easy task. It requires time, money, and a strong team around you. I set out to create a company that is people-first, so much so that we are in the business of helping companies hire salespeople.
There are so many factors to consider when you meet a potential candidate for your team, but the three questions you must ask yourself before moving forward with an offer are: Do they have the appropriate background and experience? Do they appear to fit into your team’s culture? Does their story make sense?