5 Insights Job Seekers Learn from Anthony Bourdain

Anthony Bourdain, born in June 1956, was one of the world’s most celebrated celebrity chefs, travel documentarian and book author. He had a passion for exploring the world and making the most out of his life. His strong personality would make you believe that growing up, he had it all served on a silver platter.  But there is a lot more to his life than most people know. And his life remains an inspiration to many diverse groups of people, most importantly, job seekers.

Below we offer 5 insights job seekers learn by studying the life of Anthony Bourdain:

Anthony Bourdain

Stray from the Beaten Path

One thing that has a negative bearing on the job hunting pursuits of most job seekers is lack of deviating from the norm.  And the root cause of this is the inclination of the human mind to follow the success of other people.  This occurs with job seekers to such an extent that they forget they also have their own path to pursue.

For Job Seekers, Uniqueness is Key

One common and yet ludicrous line of thought is that job seekers have to wait for someone to employ them or wait for the perfect opportunity. Life has no guarantees! What if the perfect opportunity never comes?  And what if they never get called for an interview? Life requires one to move out of the ordinary, shun mediocrity and aim for a higher goal. If a person is called for an interview, they should move away from common responses and find a unique way of catching the interviewer’s attention. 

Keep on Truckin’ 

Growing up, Anthony’s life was at some point an awful life of drug addiction and many other bad choices. However, as he grew older, he refused to be defined by his past mistakes. Anthony moved from one restaurant to another trying to pursue his ambition of becoming a chef, but in most cases, he got turned down. That, however, did not stop him from trying to bring his dream to life.

As a job seeker, being turned down does not mean you are not good enough. It simply means you are being given a chance to move on to the next level, a chance to improve yourself and equip yourself for a better tomorrow.

In one of his writings, he is quoted:

If I am an advocate for anything, it is to move. As far as you can, as much as you can. Across the ocean, or simply across the river. Walk in someone else’s shoes or at least eat their food. It’s a plus for everybody.”

This refers to traveling, but is equally applying to jobseekers in interviews and in continuous learning.

Poke Your Nose Where it Doesn’t Belong

Curiosity has a unique way of making one stand out in the crowd. Inquisitive people are most likely to grow their careers faster than those who sit and wait for things to happen. As a job seeker, go out more often; mingle with people, volunteer just to establish your circle of like-minded people who will be willing to work with you in future.

Anthony was well traveled and knowledgeable. His curiosity saw him travel the world, making documentaries and creating a web of followers, fans and business associates who helped grow his career. He mingled with people and always sought to understand other people’s cultures.

Being inquisitive is probably the best thing any job seeker can do for themselves. Always be eager to learn, be open-minded and ask questions where you do not understand.  

Respect

What would you do if you walked into an office for an interview and you discover that one of the interviewers in the panel is the guy whom you told off at the reception? The worst thing you could do as a job seeker is to criticize a person because they are different from you or hold different opinions or attitudes. Always respect other people!

Be Authentic

Often, job seekers feel obliged to put on a show to please others especially those who are potential employers. Employers are not hard to please. They just want to see the real you, the one they would be interacting with on a daily basis. Putting on a show not only defeats the purpose of the interview, but it is bound to betray you one way or the other during the interview. Like Anthony Bourdain, be yourself and always strive to be a better version of yourself. Authenticity is character and like Anthony Bourdain said in one of his writings, “Skills can be taught. The character you either have, or you don’t have.”   

Final Thoughts for Job Seekers

In your search, reach for the stars.  Remain curious and respectful.  Adapt to each interview environment.  And take pleasure from every meeting whether it yields an offer or not.  If you could use support and advice in your job pursuit, call Flexicrew today!

Sources

1. www.everydaypower.com

2. www.amp.scmp.com 

3. www.glassdoor.com 

4. www.goodreads.com 

5. Interview Skills: How to prepare, answer tough (Rebecca Corfield)

6. Great Resume, Application and Interview Skills (Ann Byers)

7. Guerilla Marketing for Job Hunters (Jay Conrad Levinson, David E Perry)

3 Steps to Help You Nail Your Next Interview

Looking for a job can be very stressful and time consuming. Going to a job interview can be a nerve-racking process, even to the most confident person.

Meeting with job seekers on a daily basis, we are incredibly surprised to see how many people have not considered specific aspects of their daily life that would be beneficial in their job search. When looking for employment or looking to change your career path, there are specific steps that can be taken to assist with landing your dream job.

Step 1: Self Assess

Start with a self-assessment. The outcome of this assessment will help you better understand and nail down your interests, strengths, skill set and what specific needs you are trying to meet.

Take time to understand what you are genuinely interested in or passionate about. For example, if you are passionate about helping senior citizens or giving back to the community, it would be a great idea to look into non-profit organizations. Start to research companies in your area that are active in their local communities and giving back. If you enjoy being active and working with your hands, research warehouse and assembly positions in your community, which will allow you to be hands-on.

Don’t Forget!   It is also important to understand what your weaknesses and dislikes are. Every person has areas in life that need improvement and we all have things we do not like or enjoy. Understanding and being aware of these areas can help you in your career.

Self Assessment:

  1. What kind of work am I most comfortable with and willing to do?
  2. What am I passionate about or interested in?
  3. What area(s) do I need improvement in?
  4. What is it that I want to stay away from (ex: type of work, industry, environment, etc.)?
  5. What are the top 3 things that are important to me (ex: location, work schedule, pay, career advancement, etc.)?

Step 2: Research

Before stepping foot in an interview, research the company you are applying to work. Read and fully understand all aspects of the job description. Make sure that after the interview is scheduled, you have taken the research the company and its reputation. This can be done on company website and social media pages. Read company reviews. (There are numerous websites out there to assist with this research, such as Glassdoor.com) This is especially important when you are applying to a company you are not familiar with.

As with any research, be sure you use more than one source or website. The company’s social media pages will help you learn more about the work culture and work environment. Most companies post fun company pictures and community events to their social media sites. It is also a good idea to do a little research on the job title or industry if you are new to the field.

Step 3: Practice

Practice, practice, and practice! Do not skip this step!! This will build confidence and work out any kinks you might have or be feeling. I have found it is more beneficial to do a real practice interview with a family member or a trusted friend. Limit the practice to just you and the other person so you are more relaxed and focused. Make sure you ask them to have some questions prepared for the practice interview. Once the two of you are finished, ask for feedback on your performance. This will give you a good idea of how the interview went and what kind of questions you need to work on. Also ask for constructive feedback about your facial expressions, body language and anything else they noticed that a professional interviewer or hiring manager could view as negative. Practice, Practice, Practice!

How to hire the right employee – 5 familiar mistakes

How to hire the right employee – are you making these mistakes?

How to Hire the Right Employee

Employers must hire enough staff to ensure the smooth operation of the business. But how do you select the right candidate for a position, mainly when there are too many candidates available to interview. In fact, the internal hiring process is rather a difficult matter for all employers.

 

If a mistake is made during the recruiting stage, the company can face negative consequences of having the wrong sort of employee mix, and maybe some legal issues to boot. It is essential recruiter to recognize and avoid the common mistakes that are made during an interview.

 

5 Familiar Hiring Mistakes – How an Employment Agency can help hire the right employee

 

Narrow-minded in hiring

Some employers want all their employees to be alike or just like them, with the same sort of strengths and weaknesses. But in that case, there will be no diversity in their teams and the weaknesses of work culture won’t be rectified by someone who has better work strengths. The recruiter should be impersonal in attitude and consider only the qualities that will suit the company or department’s open position. Temp services provided by the staffing agencies are more impartial in hiring the best candidates for their client companies.

 

Judging by candidate’s education, name or appearance

Many employers show a preference for a specific educational institution and like to hire graduates from these organizations without properly checking their personal capabilities, which can prove to be a serious mistake. Moreover, the recruiter should not hold any positive or negative notion about a candidate, based on first appearance; since many people can turn out to be valuable assets for their companies, regardless of appearance. These decisions could also lead to serious EEOC and legal ramifications.

 

Vague idea of demands of the position

The recruiter should set up a questionnaire that will test the exact capabilities of the candidates and their suitability for the open positions. A pre-structured interview will find out the hidden qualities of every candidate, so that the best one can be hired. The services offered by staffing agencies – screening, references, and all-inclusive interview processes – are highly efficient for discovering the most competent employees for their clients.

 

Not checking skills of the candidates

The recruiter should find out if the candidates have undergone extra training or completed courses, gained licenses or certifications to acquire the skills they will need to fulfill the required job skill set. If the necessary skills are missing, even post-recruitment training cannot help the new employee learn everything he needs to do. Calling past employers to verify stated skills is also important.

 

Incomplete explanation of job duties to candidates

It is the duty of the recruiter to let the candidates know in detail about their probable job duties in their company. The work culture and the salary structure should also be discussed with the candidates so that the applicant can have the option of backing out at that time if he finds the job not suitable for him.   That will save a lot of grief and extra effort if that person later discovers the job and his skills don’t match or wasn’t what he expected.

Flexicrew Staffing has the expert know-how and resources to help you hire the right employee that you might not find on your own. Let us assist you in finding the right person for your small or mid-size business. Call us TODAY!

 

“Funny thing, employment. If you keep doing it, you keep getting paid.”

― N.K. Jemisin, The Kingdom of Gods

Everything I Learned About Talent Recruiting I Learned On Halloween

Halloween & Recruiting – Sweet Parallels                

 

Halloween was my second favorite holiday, just behind Christmas.

Each year I’d chart out the neighborhoods and plan where I would trick-or-treat. With a few years of experience under my belt, I knew which houses passed out the best candy.

My friends and I moved in a pack because it was more fun, but mostly for protection from the bigger kids who would try to steal our candy.

The key for us was to visit the most houses so we could to fill the biggest bag of candy. That gave us better odds of getting candy that we liked.  Because for every 6 Starbursts I received (not my favorite) I also got a Snickers (yum). I just hated those stale popcorn balls that were supposed to be ‘healthier.’ Whose idea was that anyway?

 

That’s just the beginning of a recruiting strategy

In retrospect, I was using good recruiting strategies in search of maximum ‘good’ candies. My strategy to maximize the amount of ‘good’ candy is similar to the goal of recruiters to uncover and hire ‘good’ qualified candidates.

But that’s just the beginning of the recruiting strategy.  Here are a number of parallels that you can use in your recruitment strategy…

 

Wider range, more candy

My primary Halloween strategy was to reach the greatest number of houses possible.  Then I would go where I knew the houses gave ‘good’ candy. Also, this meant not wasting time walking to neighborhoods with few houses or didn’t give out candy.  The only restriction was our time curfew and/or how inclement the weather was while we were trick-or-treating.

In recruiting, the goals are the same.  You want to use as many ‘good’ sources as possible to get as many qualified candidates as possible – the ones that give the best candidates.

In order to do this, you must look at your past successes and failures in recruiting, analyze which recruitment methods worked or didn’t, then decide what route is best for your team.  Our restrictions may still be time. Maybe you’re on a tight deadline. But the primary concern is usually money – the hiring budget.  You need to decide where is the best place to spend those dollars.

 

Combing through your Halloween bag

One of the most fun times during the night was seeing what kind of candy I received.  I’d empty my bag (always an old pillow case) and review what I had, sorting the good candy from the candy I wouldn’t eat.  I would put the candy I liked back in my bag for later and then I’d try to trade with friends for candy more to my taste.

Once you have collected a quantity of candidates from your recruiting efforts, start screening through resumes & candidates. Much like splitting the candy, you need your recruiting team to sort candidates into qualified and unqualified for the position.  You want to collect as many qualified candidates as possible to give you a candidate pool with more alternatives and choice.

Don’t forget to look out for candidates whose qualifications don’t fit the position you are recruiting for but may fit another position that needs to be filled.

 

Making the candy hang in there

After returning home with all my candy, I tried to make it last as long as possible. I squirreled away my candy in the pantry and when my friends had run out after Halloween, I still was hanging in with candy for snacks.

Similarly, you should keep in touch with the ‘good’ candidates that your efforts have dug up. Don’t abandon any. All qualified candidates should be interviewed for the current position and also placed into your database for consideration for future assignments.  Some ‘good’ candidates just aren’t right for the current spot, but may be perfect for a future position.

Just like a kid on Halloween, you need to make sure you are able to optimize the amount of candy or candidates you get from your efforts.  If you use the best recruiting techniques and effectively screen the candidates you have found, you may just have sweet success!

Business is always changing. Flexicrew supports you as your business strategy and recruiting challenges evolve – so you always stay ahead.

If you would like to discuss our strategic recruiting programs, please contact us – we are a treat to deal with.

Scary Temporary Workers – Do They Work for You?

Do you believe you have to go to a haunted house to get spooked this Halloween?

 

Think again – some bosses don’t even have to leave work to get their fill of fright with some of their full-time or temporary workers!

 

We at Flexicrew have a soft spot for employers and HR people who have had to deal with temporary workers who were rude, reckless and willing to break the rules. Some employers have even caught temporary workers breaking the law while in the workplace – Frightening!

Does your company employ Temporary Workers like any of these Halloween Creatures?

Some employers think their workplace is scary because their workers act like these famous Halloween creatures.

Do you employ any of these scary temporary workers?

  • The Wolf Man: fine one minute, howling the next
  • The Invisible Man: never around when you need him
  • Casper the Friendly Ghost: eager to help, but often misunderstood
  • Dracula: constantly sucking the life right out of you and everyone around him
  • Wicked Witch of the West: always acting conniving and sending out minions to do his/her dirty work
  • The Mummy: slow-moving and has an ancient thought process
  • Grim Reaper: constantly delivers bad news and inspires fear among workers
  • Frankenstein: green with envy what assignments or hours others are getting

 

In addition to spooky personalities, some scary temporary workers actually have a fear of:

  • Heavy workload
  • Tight deadlines
  • Hours worked
  • Taking direction from their boss or supervisor
  • Arriving at work on-time
  • Sitting through meetings
  • Performance reviews

Now that’s scary…

 

So, if any of these employees make you tremble, please call Flexicrew Staffing to knock out spooky risks and send you temporary workers who will give you peace of mind!

 

Get a quote today! https://flexicrew.com/get-a-quote/

 

 

 

Hiring Temp Employees…..What You Must Know But Were Afraid to Ask

Hiring temporary employees can bring positive energy to your business and help your team meet goals. Still, there are several areas you need to understand before hiring them.

 

Permanent talent is better than hiring temp employees, don’t you think? We say: Not necessarily. The increasing trend toward hiring temps indicates these employees might actually help you out.

 

CareerBuilder indicates 42% of businesses have plans to increase temp hires, and 43% hope to convert temp workers to full-time.

 

Staffing Industry Analysts forecasts that the temp worker trend will continue through 2017.

Hiring Temp Employees - Apples to Apples

Do temporary workers a permanent solution to your workforce needs or are they  a short-term solution? To answer, let’s start by looking at the in’s and out’s of temporary staff.

Temp Employees—Who is hiring them?

 

Department of Labor defines a temporary employee as one who will be employed less than 12-months or who has a specific end date. These workers make up a larger share of our US workforce than ever, over 2.9 million people or more than 2% of the total workforce .

 

Some have a mistaken belief that temporary workers are used only in certain job market segments, such as day laborer, seasonal help, or low-skilled jobs. A study from CareerBuilder and EMSI showed that companies use temp staff for almost everything including purchasing agents, writers, drivers, maintenance, sales, and marketing.

 

$64,000 Question – is temp staffing a cost-effective  strategy for companies to achieve business and operational objectives and goals?

 

Does Hiring Temp Employees Actually Cost Less?

 

Think about the typical costs of recruitment. You pay to post job ads, pay for employer branding material like brochures and materials, pay to attend job fairs, and sometimes even to fly in talented candidates. Those are just the costs on the surface. The hidden costs can be much more prohibitive.

 

You have to pay for time spent skimming through, on average, at least 250 resumes for a single position. You must pay for onboarding an employee, and hope this money for training and education will pay off. If it doesn’t, a bad hire can set your company back $50,000 or more, to say nothing of lost productivity and a renewed gap in your workforce.

 

Temporary talent can be a great way to deal with a short-term problem while nurturing a long-term solution. The cost of temporary labor isn’t free, but it can often lead to more confident hiring, since the candidate went through a “try before you buy” period to ensure fit and skills.

 

You can see how their skills really shake out in a real-world setting, and evaluate how well they fit in to your existing culture.

Hiring Temp Employees to Look Beyond the Resume

 

Taking on temporary talent can provide an opportunity to give someone a chance. You might not have been impressed by a candidate’s credentials and experience, but when you connected in person or through a video interview, you were impressed with just how passionate they were about the opportunity.

 

Passion is necessary for all companies, and it’s often the lifeblood of growing businesses. Hiring passionate people with room to grow might be a better idea than hiring someone with the perfect skills that is only lukewarm about your company. Setting a trial period for a temporary hire will allow you to see if this candidate’s passion translates into value for your company and an ability to learn new skills and grow into a great employee.

 

Flexicrew Staffing has the expert knowledge and resources to help you find the right candidates. Let us assist you in finding the right person for your small or midsize business.

How to Hire the Right Employee – Are you Making These Mistakes?

 

Each employer must hire enough staff in various positions to ensure the smooth operation of the business. But often employers feel confused in selecting the right candidate for a position, mainly when there are too many suitable candidates available to interview. In fact, the hiring process is rather a difficult matter for all employers. If any mistake is made during the recruitment, the company can face negative consequences of having the wrong sort of employee mix. Hence, it is essential for any recruiter, to recognize and avoid the common mistakes that are made during an interview, in choosing the best candidate for a posted vacancy.

 

Most Familiar Mistakes by Recruiters in Hiring the Right Employee

Narrow-minded in hiring –Some employers want all employees to be alike or just like them in nature, with the same sort of strengths and weaknesses. But in that case, there will be no diversity in their teams and the weaknesses of work culture can’t be fixed by someone who has different strengths. The recruiter should be impartial in attitude and consider only the qualities that will suit the company’s open position. Staffing agencies tend to be more impartial in hiring the best candidates for their client companies.

 

Judging by candidate’s name or first impression – Many employers show a preference for some specific popular education institutions and like to hire graduates from these organizations without properly checking

their personal capabilities, which can prove to be a serious mistake. Moreover, the recruiter should be cautious with positive or negative impressions about a candidate based on first appearance; many can turn out to be valuable assets for their companies regardless of appearance.

 

Vague idea of demands of the position The recruiter should set up a questionnaire that will test the exact capabilities of the candidates and their suitability for the open positions. A pre-structured interview will find out the hidden qualities of every candidate so that the best one can be hired. The services offered by placement agencies, including conducting interviews, are highly efficient for discovering the most competent employees for their clients.

 

Not checking skills of the candidates – The recruiter should find out if the candidates have undergone extra training or completed courses, gained licenses or certifications to acquire the skills they will need to fulfill the required job skill set. If the necessary skills are missing, even post-recruitment training cannot help the new employee learn everything he needs to do.

 

Incomplete explanation of job profile to candidates – It is the duty of the recruiter to let the candidates know in detail about their probable job profile in their company. Moreover, the work culture and the salary structure should also be discussed with the candidates so that the applicant can have the option of backing out at that time if he finds the job not suitable for him.   That will save a lot of grief and extra effort if that person later discovers the job and his skills don’t match or wasn’t what he expected.

Call today to talk to a Flexicrew representative about your staffing needs!

 

 

March Lost Productivity Madness in the Workplace

Is that the sound of a basketball going through the net, or the sound of your productivity slipping away?


Millions of Americans have filled out March Madness brackets and discuss them with friends, and coworkers during work hours. Maybe even some of your workers.

 
Many managers and business owners struggle to keep their employees on-task while the games go on during the workday. There are stories of employees taking extended lunch breaks or calling in sick to catch a little piece of the action.

 
Some companies say that there is so much lost productivity during March Madness, that they have to block popular streaming sites and slow down their office’s
internet connection.
With an estimated 50+ million Americans participating in brackets and office pools, companies stand to lose at least $1.2 billion for every unproductive work hour during the first week of the tournament, according to outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc.

 
So why do many companies encourage participation in office pools and brackets? (Flexicrew Staffing is one of them). One survey suggests that 32 percent of senior managers believe activities tied to the tournament boost employee morale, which makes your workforce more efficient and productive.
So, enjoy this annual event while still staying on track so no productivity is lost. March Madness isn’t going away anytime soon, so why not make the best of the situation?

 
Follow your Bracket.

 
Enjoy some friendly trash talk.

 
Who knows? You might even win it all!

 
To your Madness,

 

 

Your Flexicrew Team

FTS Welcomed into Goldman Sachs Small Businesses Program

 

Brandon Smith, Managing Partner of Flexicrew Technical Services, awarded scholarship to prestigious, nationwide Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program

Technical Services

 

Metairie, LA, January 10, 2017–

Flexicrew Technical Services Managing Partner, Brandon Smith, was invited to participate in Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program at Delgado Community College where he will attend with a small number of other local New Orleans area small business leaders.

Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program is a $500 million initiative to unlock the growth and job creation potential of small businesses across the United States by providing them with greater access to business education, financial capital, and business support services.

Stated Smith, “I am proud to be selected and excited to be a part of this dynamic program.  I look forward to continued business growth and the ability to create more employment across the Gulf South Region.Goldman Sachs logo

As part of the program, Smith will spend 14 weeks at Delgado Community College starting January 18th.  He will study a business and management curriculum designed by the top-ranked school for entrepreneurial education, and customized by Delgado Community College faculty. The curriculum covers topics including accounting, human resources, negotiation, and marketing. The program also includes one-on-one mentoring, accounting workshops and advice from Goldman Sachs’ professionals. The program culminates with each participant developing a strategic growth plan for their business.

Stephanie Bell of Delgado Community College congratulated Brandon by saying, “The selection process was quite competitive, as we received many outstanding applications from throughout the New Orleans Gulf South Region.  You were chosen from a strong pool of candidates.

We hope that with your dedication and commitment, you will benefit from the program and continue to take your business to new heights.”

Within six months of graduation from this program, nearly 70 percent of program alumni increase revenues and 48 percent add jobs, per a recent report by Babson College, Stimulating Small Business Growth.

About Brandon Smith:

Brandon Smith is the Managing Partner of Flexicrew Technical Services, a leader in technical placements, focused on flexibility, speed of recruitment and skills accuracy in the New Orleans and Gulf South Region.

Brandon has an extensive  background in the Staffing Industry .

About Flexicrew Technical Services:

Flexicrew Technical Services began operations in January, 2015 and is a leader in technical placements, focused on flexibility, accuracy, and efficient recruitment. It was awarded the 2016 American Staffing Association Genius Award, displaying the most innovative and effective communications in the staffing, recruiting and workforce solutions industry.

The Flexicrew companies are family-owned and run since 2008, that’s brought together the best management and support team, resulting in over 95% customer satisfaction.  * Certified survey by Inavero.

If you would like more information about Flexicrew Technical Services or any of our hiring initiatives, please contact Brandon Smith at 504.400.9140 or email to bsmith at flexicrewtech.com.

NOW HIRING RECRUITER / ACCOUNT MANAGER FOR NEW FOLEY, AL BRANCH

JOIN OUR GROWING TEAM!

employee-engagement

 

Flexicrew is looking for talented, motivated people to add to our NEW OFFICE IN FOLEY, AL.

 

We opened our doors in 2008 and have grown into a $35mm company with 12+ branches supporting the southeast region. We have BIG GOALS and BIG DREAMS! If you want to be a part of an environment where YOUR VOICE IS HEARD, then you’ve found your STAFFING FAMILY.

 

Recruiter / Account Manager
Job Summary

  • Responsible for communicating with clients, sales managers, associates and others to identify, screen, interview, present and hire qualified candidates for temporary and temp-to-hire positions.
  • Summary of essential job functions
  • Develop recruiting strategies building applicant sources by researching and contacting community services, colleges, employment agencies, etc.
  • Determine applicant requirements by studying job description and job qualifications.
  • Attract applicants by placing job advertisements; using newsgroups and job sites.
  • Evaluate candidates strengths compared to clients requirements by: evaluating, screening and interviewing the candidate.
  • Arranges interviews with clients by coordinating schedules.
  • Evaluates applicants by discussing job requirements and applicant qualifications with managers; interviewing applicants on consistent set of qualifications.
  • Manage contract employees while on assignment. Assess and investigate contractor related problems, and administer performance counseling, coaching and disciplinary measures when necessary.
  • Communicate effectively with others in order to create a productive and diverse environment.
  • Maintain relationships with customers and business contacts gaining industry knowledge, and obtain referrals and sales leads.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of 2 years recruiting experience; or an equivalent industry experience.
  • Experience with Microsoft Word and MS Outlook; recruiting industry software experience preferred.
  • Have a desire to learn and advance in a fast paced sales environment, and be capable of regularly using good judgment and discretion to accomplish goals and work requirements.

Skills/Qualifications
Phone Skills, Recruiting, Interviewing Skills, People Skills, Supports Diversity, Employment Law, Results Driven, Professionalism, Organization, Project Management.

APPLY TODAY!
We look forward to having you join our growing FLEXICREW FAMILY!

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