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"The Showroom" By Hilary B. Price
Love this cartoon because the visual goes so well with the punch lines. Six Feet Under fans, in particular, can appreciate the dark humor here. Nevertheless, “sales” as a profession brings some negative connotations and baggage based on experiences most of us have had or heard about with a variety of sales people.
However, like it or not “selling” is a big aspect of the recruiting process, particularly with passive and ideal candidates. And "selling" a no-name client in a bad location to a top tier engineering candidate, for example -- who can pretty much work for anybody, can be 2x the challenge compared to selling Nestle, P&G, Rockwell or GE to a candidate who would be attractive and attracted to those companies.
Having done both – attracted and positioned top tier engineers with Nestle & Rockwell -- as well as with a tiny company called Golden Products that makes Cat Litter - I'm here to say -- look to always be improving on your wooing skills and prepare for intense competition for quality candidates for a mix of employers.
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