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I have been working at The Select Group full-time (More than 3 years)
I read the recent post about change at TSG and felt I had to respond. Yes, the company is changing. Yes, it's a tough environment for some. But if you are committed, and work with your manager on account planning and role plays and trust in the system you can be very successful. I just got back from Sales Conference and have to say it's improved a lot! They don't bring in expensive outside speakers any more, they just have co-workers volunteer for short TED kind of talks on their experiences and learnings. This is much better than in the past and it's great to see them tell their stories and give examples of how to be successful in life and work.
Some people won't want to be here, and they can create noise when they leave because they want to be snarky or can't admit it wasn't the right place for them. That can fuel rumors and lots of side discussions. Get over it! If you don't want to be here, don't be here.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you're doing to get us to a billion dollars. Of course it won't be easy and people will get upset along the way, but I think you're on the right track.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at The Select Group (Charlotte, NC) in March 2017.
I originally applied online, received a phone call and did a brief on-the-spot interview where I just talked about myself and why I wanted to join the staffing industry. Next, I was emailed several questions about why I wanted to go into sales and why The Select Group should hire me. These responses were to be typed up and emailed back to the recruiter. Afterwards, I did a Skype interview with the recruiter. This consisted of typical interview questions, and just served as an additional screening process before granting you a face to face interview with the hiring staff. Soon after I interviewed with two people at their offices, and it went well...or at least I thought. Fairly easy questions, and just a lot of talk trying to get to know each other. I didn't get the job, but they were fairly professional and seem like a decent organization.
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