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The Puppy Dog Close

05.20.14   |   Sales Recruiting   |   Dan Fantasia, CEO at Treeline, Incorporated

Have you ever taught a sales technique and then witnessed it perfectly executed on you. How about in the most obvious situation? This story starts with years of rejecting the litany of requests from our children to buy a dog. My wife and I finally said yes. So we researched the type of dog we wanted and found the “perfect breed and breeder”. The breeder was actually too perfect, but I will get to that shortly. We decided to surprise the kids on a Friday night with our decision to buy a dog. The next day we went on our

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"JOLT" Report

07.10.12   |   Sales Recruiting   |   Christopher Simone, Vice President at Treeline Incorporated

An interesting article by Spencer Jakab appeared in The Wall Street Journal on 10-July. This article discussed the significance of the monthly Job Openings and Labor Turnover (JOLT) report which is issued by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor. This is not the more commonly quoted Labor Department unemployment rate report which offers a single headline number.

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Are You Losing Your Next Sales Superstar to Your Competition

04.23.12   |   Sales Recruiting   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

As a search firm exclusive to recruiting sales professionals, we are definitely seeing a shift in the job market. We have noticed that the percentage of companies that are hiring today verses in Q1 is much greater. As a result, sales reps have the luxury of turning down job offers because most likely that they will have more than one offer to choose from. Moving forward, as we continue to see this shift grow, the search process for hiring managers will become challenging, and at times frustrating.

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What is the Best Sales Job in 2012?

03.19.12   |   Sales Recruiting   |   Dan Fantasia, Founder and CEO of Treeline Incorporated

There is a very strong uptick in the market and companies are looking to aggressively build their sales force. The significant amount of competition in the market right now means companies need to hire if they want to outdo their competitors. Those that are too slow or not aggressive enough regarding compensation are losing the battle to recruit top talent. Counter offers are back and companies with fast moving recruitment processes are winning.

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Sales Holiday Hiring

12.07.11   |   Sales Recruiting   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

Most job seekers have the misunderstanding that hiring stops at Thanksgiving and that "no one gets hired until after New Years." Why do job seekers believe this misconception? I've heard countless times companies less are likely to hire new employees because of "the holiday's." When I hear this, I wonder, do you think that employers are so busy with office holiday parties, gift exchanges, or dancing on conference tables to hire good talent? The answer is, of course not.

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Sales Hiring Trends in New England for 2012

11.14.11   |   Sales Recruiting   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

If you are a good sales person you should always be selectively keeping your ear to the ground and listening for new opportunities. When you are at the top of your game you are most marketable. With so much economic uncertainty in the market people are becoming complacent. They stay in positions where they may not be happy or fulfilled because of fear of the unknown.

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Treeline Sales Report: October 2011

10.14.11   |   Sales Recruiting   |   Christopher Simone, Vice President at Treeline Incorporated

Despite the constant drum beat of doom and gloom from the mass media, there are plenty of statistics that provide the basis of hope for our businesses and economy. Economic activity expanded in September in the manufacturing and non-manufacturing sectors, and employment increased. In short, businesses increased spending and investment. The increases were slight, but they exceeded market expectations and increases beat decreases.

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