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New eBook: Changing the Perception of Sales Jobs

Posted by James Patrick Kahler on July 6, 2016


If you have sales experience, you’re well aware of how lucrative and rewarding the job can be. Nevertheless, if you’re currently hiring to fill sales jobs, then you might also be well aware of how difficult it can be to find and hire the right employee (especially at a dealership). 

The modern state of a dealership sales position—just to name a few discernments from the outside world—is not a positive one: young workers are uninterested; the job lacks company culture and employers are struggling to fill these roles for the long-term.

If you’re a dealership executive or employee in charge of hiring for your sales jobs, fear not. Our new eBook, Changing the Perception of Sales Jobs, will help you vastly improve the way job seekers view sales positions at your dealership, as well as hire A-list sales employees who’ll stick around your dealership for the long-haul.

Key eBook Takeaways

Here are some things you’ll learn from reading this eBook, such as how to: 

  • Write appealing sales job descriptions
  • Improve your recruiting efforts
  • Provide better career paths for sales employees
  • How to build sales team culture
  • And provide so much more for your sales team and dealership!

It’s time to get your business up to speed with the rest of today’s ever-changing workplace. Download the complimentary eBook below to get better sales employees working at your dealership.

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Automotive Industry, automotive hiring, Retail Automotive, Dealership Hiring, Dealership Sales Jobs

James Patrick Kahler

About the Author

James Patrick Kahler is Hireology’s Copywriter & Content Specialist. He is a graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University and has over four years of professional experience writing for various industries. Outside of the office (and sometimes inside), he has a passion for comedy, advertising and his Cleveland sports teams…all of them.