Came across an article written in 1977 for Golf Business magazine titled “Take advantage of the salesmen who call on your shop”. Btw should now be titled “salespeople”.
The article gives a “birds eye” view of the trials and tribulations…
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You may be thinking why in the world would anyone want to interview like a con artist.
They cheat, lie and steal and overall have more then a bad rap - they’re just plain bad people.
That's what I thought too until I stumbled upon a…
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There are so many ways golf companies and clubs screw-up hiring good, solid candidates.
We’re going to address two of the most common hiring faux pas.
Poorly Written Job Ads
So many ads are written with the employer in mind…