There is no easy way to land a sales job. Just like any other position, you will have to work hard, brush up your resume, and do ample research about the company before you go into the interview.
But not too many people will explain what not to do during a sales interview. Here are a few no-no’s that sales recruitment specialists will probably tell you.
- Arriving Late. This is probably fairly obvious, but it cannot be overstated. You must arrive there at least on time, if not about 10 minutes early. This is why you should give yourself ample time — maybe even an hour — to get to a place that is just 15 or 20 minutes away. This way you can find parking, review your notes, and go in relaxed and prepared.
- Identifying Your Weakness Without a Ba
Sales team turnover is high in the U.S. business marketplace, and nearly a third of all sales people have been in their current position for less than a year. So in addition placing an emphasis on hiring a sales rep who will be a good fit, employers also need to find ways to keep their current teams motivated. Without doing so, turnover could get even higher and businesses will struggle to grow. Fortunately, there are a number of ways to do that.
It would be a mistake to ignore the obvious idea of paying successful workers more money or providing financial incentives since top earners are always more attracted to the best paying sales jobs. Making a position financially viable might be the best way to