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Sales Resilience with Chris Morrison & Henry Glickel - An Exclusive Interview

by Henry Glickel | Category: Article

Posted on May 07, 2020 at 08:58:09 AM



At Sales Recruiter's, we're always trying to bring up to date, informative market knowledge that will keep you pushing through. Especially in these uncharted, and strange economic times. As a first (of likely many)--Henry, who you all know, interviewed a very high performing sales trainer who's pragmatic philosophy and resilience-focused selling ideas could very easily be the most important thing you digest today that will give you clarity on how to get through this time. And, maybe for the first time in months give you the certainty right now that everything IS going to be okay, and exactly what to do. Don't be alarmed with his accent, Chris Morrison may be all the way from Sydney, Australia, but his message will be accepted globally and truly give you a reason to feel safe and downright excited about this opportunity we have in front of us right now! Listen in, and let us know what you think! You can reach Chris at: LinkedIN:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-morrison-%F0%9F%A6%81-4aa4a054/ Instagram: ...


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Will Temp Labor Be On the Rise? The Aftermath of Covid-19

by Henry Glickel | Category: Article

Posted on April 20, 2020 at 06:35:07 PM



So long are the days when temp employment is just an interim status for finding work between lay-offs and new job placement.  As the economy continues to change rapidly, so does the workforce. After a complete economy shutdown, millions have found themselves filing for unemployment and searching for their next opportunity. Did you know...  Temporary employment has been growing steadily for the last several years as the U.S. recovered from the last recession. Nearly 480,000 jobs were added from 2012 to 2019 with companies seeking more flexibility in how the staff and workers seeking greater control over when and where they work. While temporary employment is relatively balanced among age groups, the majority (57 percent) of people working temporary assignments, or gigs, are ages 35 and older; 18 percent are ages 55 and older. The number one reason why people say they want to take on gig work is to earn extra income followed by the desire to get their foot in the...


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Negotiating Job Offers as A Hiring Manager

by Henry Glickel | Category: Article

Posted on April 14, 2020 at 07:40:58 AM



As a hiring manager, finding the right fit for your company is only half of the struggle. After all, once the candidate has been recruited and screened, you need to make them an offer that’s impossible or at least tough for them to refuse. Do not let the duration and expense of your recruitment efforts blind you to the fact that you still need to make the right kind of offer, or else you risk having to go through that process all over again.   The Three Most Common Myths Hiring Managers Have About Job Offers: I have all the power. While the exact answer to this depends on the demand and supply of qualified labor in your specific industry, it is unwise to assume that the finalist holds no power over you. Your power stems from your position in your company. Theirs comes from their accomplishments, experience, and desirability in the job market. There is probably a reason you decided to hire this candidate, right? Other employers, recruiting the same quality candidates, might...


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