5 Notes of Gratitude for the Work We Do

  By Stu Goldblatt  |    Wed Jun 03, 2020

Category: Article

I want to thank the staff at Sales Recruiters. The amount of time they took working with me along with the insight you provided was extremely valuable. It is apparent that you and your firm work at a high trust and commitment level. Both you and your clients work together...

15 Interview Questions You Should be Asking

  By Henry Glickel  |    Sun May 31, 2020

Category: Article

Interviews can be a daunting task for both the employer and job candidate! From meeting someone new to trying to make a good impression on both ends of the table, we continually share our best interview advice. When it comes to being...

5 Books to Order On Amazon Today

  By Celina Fouts  |    Thu May 28, 2020

Category: Book Review

Maverick! Ricardo Semler Semler turned his family's business, the aging Semco corporation of Brazil, into the most revolutionary business success story of our time. By eliminating unneeded layers of management and allowing employees unprecedented democracy in the workplace, he created a company that challenged the old ways...

Paving a Path Forward During a Pandemic: Can You Hire a Top Candidate Now With a Pending Start Date?

  By Henry Glickel  |    Sun May 24, 2020

Category: Newsletter

While many are placing hiring on hold, we see clients securing top candidates they ordinarily would not have a chance at meeting. Regardless of whether this epidemic lasts 2 more months or more than that, we believe that a proactive approach is essential NOW. The American people...

Sales Recruiters Collaborates to Offer High School Students Virtual Job Interview Competition

  By Henry Glickel  |    Tue May 19, 2020

Category: Article

Sales Recruiters was proud to collaborate with the Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce and Salem High School to provide students a real-life interview experience. Read on to learn how we're helping equip the next generation to interview well and become top job candidates! Each year, our senior students have the...

How to Decide When to Turn a Job Offer Down

  By Stu Goldblatt  |    Sun May 17, 2020

Category: Article

It’s a long process to apply for positions, interview and receive a job offer. Often times it is not until the third or forth interview that an offer is made for a position. As great and thrilling as an offer can be, sometimes it has to be turned down. It can...

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