10.09.15 | Sales Recruiting | Rachel Freedenberg, Consultant at Treeline, Incorporated
Hiring top-tiered sales professionals is a full-time job, but the process does not have to be part of the challenge. One of the reasons many companies fail to hire is that they do not have a process in place. The key to a successful hire is having a hiring process and effectively managing the interview process throughout its progression. The market for new opportunities is as hot as it’s ever been, and the talented reps know it. If you’re looking to lock down top talent for your organization, follow these guidelines to streamline the process and make a great hire.
09.16.15 | Sales Recruiting | Chelsey Canavan, Marketing Manager at Treeline, Incorporated
How many of you job seekers would love to be a fly on the wall, listening in on a group of Sales Managers and Vice President’s while they discuss their favorite interview questions? Which question is their “go-to” question, which questions they save to the end of the interview to hopefully knock you off your game? Consider your wish granted….the following is a list derived from a Sales Manager Networking group where the topic was “The Ten Favorite Interview Questions You Ask”!
08.14.15 | Sales Recruiting | Kevin Penta, Consultant, at Treeline, Incorporated
Working in sales recruiting, I understand how important a strong sales force is to a company’s health. As more and more companies have adopted an inside sales model, they are looking to build out their business development teams. The business development representatives are the front line of the sales team. They prospect and identify leads and usually are the first to make contact with a potential client.
08.13.15 | Sales Recruiting | Chelsey Canavan, Marketing Manager, at Treeline, Incorporated
As a recruiter hiring for your company, you are faced with daily difficult task of finding qualified sales candidates. You spend most of your time hunting for top talent. You reach out to your network of professional, you ask for referrals, you post jobs, and you search vast databases and social media sites (like LinkedIn) for qualified sales professionals.
07.14.15 | Sales Recruiting | Sean Cashman, Division Manager at Treeline, Incorporated
Here we are, in the madness of the summer season, the sun is shining, people are taking vacations, and we are still trying to get work done. We are 2 weeks into Q3 and we know that we have 2 months of summer fun and sunshine ahead of us before buckling down and really get back our teams back to focusing on the number and make plans for the final push in Q4. (Can you believe that we are actually talking about Q4 and EOY?!)
06.11.15 | Sales Recruiting | Chelsey Canavan, Marketing Manager at Treeline, Incorporated
Hiring is essential to your company’s growth and sustainability and as a result job boards have been created to help solve hiring challenges. These job boards are essentially databases. They enable candidates to search for opportunities and allow companies to attract applicants by posting jobs. Most job boards are free for the job seeker but charge companies to advertise. Some job boards offer a 30 day free trial and have different price packages based on your hiring needs.
06.08.15 | Sales Recruiting | David DeMelo, Division Manager at Treeline, Incorporated
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.