04.05.13 | Job Search & Career | Kathleen Mauriot, Division Manager at Treeline Incorporated
When preparing for an interview we often place all our focus on predicting what questions the interviewer will ask us. Our efforts are geared towards making sure we say all the right things and give the answers that the potential employer is looking for. But there is one piece of the interview process that many people fail to prepare for, and that is what questions you will ask the interviewer.
01.03.13 | Job Search & Career | Kathleen Mauriot, Division Manager at Treeline Incorporated
As a Sales Recruiter, I interview hundreds of sales people a year. Most are good at verbalizing what they have done throughout their career but can't necessarily create a resume that reflects that information accurately on paper. Many claim that they have tweaked and rewritten their resumes over and over again with the same results - a resume that is getting them nowhere.
09.12.12 | Sales Recruiting | Kathleen Mauriot, Division Manager at Treeline Incorporated
Do you believe you work at the best company on the planet? You may be a CEO or part of a leadership team that are of the mindset that anyone should feel privileged to work at such an outstanding establishment. Well, it might be time to take your beer goggles off! Many companies are completely off the mark when it comes to what their employees really think about your work place. And, this is not something you should take lightly.
08.27.12 | Job Search & Career | Kathleen Mauriot, Division Manager at Treeline Incorporated
This organization is an award winning company whose products are sold into Fortune 1000 technology organizations. Their innovative suite of products has received high recognition and is well received by their audience of sales and marketing executives. Our client offers a casual work environment and career growth opportunities internally.
05.22.12 | Job Search & Career | Kathleen Mauriot, Division Manager at Treeline Incorporated
The Society of Human Resource Managers reported that over 53% of people lie to some degree on their resume. It's never smart to lie on your resume. But now, more than ever, companies are finding that candidates are falsifying their resumes in order to help them land a job. The most frequent occurrences of dishonesty were found in these areas:
03.06.12 | Job Search & Career | Kathleen Mauriot, Division Manager at Treeline Incorporated
Let's be honest. You wouldn't be in sales if making money was not high on your priority list. After all, sales jobs are tough and a lot of people cannot handle the long hours and stress that you have become accustomed to. Your ability to do a job that others cannot makes you a highly sought after employee and that's why you are highly compensated.
02.07.12 | Job Search & Career | Kathleen Mauriot, Division Manager at Treeline Incorporated
If you are an active job seeker you most likely have been asked to interview via Skype. This is becoming a new trend in the interview process with many companies. So if you are not familiar with this technology and are a job seeker, you may want to invest some time in getting familiar with Skype. Among a variety of reasons, hiring managers are utilizing Skype to cut down on time and costs invested in interviewing.