Hiring sales people is a risky gamble: How much has it cost you?

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Peak Performance, a leader in increasing sales force/sales management effectiveness is proud to announce it is opening its Sales-Pro Recruiting Services to the business public.

For More Information Contact:

Kevin M Daley

Peak Performance LLC

1-610-768-7780

info@peakperformancellc.com

Philadelphia PA

February 25th 2003

For Immediate Release

Attention Presidents, CEOs, and Business Owners: Are you frustrated with poor hiring decisions, high sales staff turnover, unacceptable sales production and excuses!

Has the sales superstar eluded your company?

Peak Performance, a leader in increasing sales force/sales management effectiveness is proud to announce it is opening its Sales-Pro Recruiting Services to the business public. Previously, this service has been limited to clientele of Peak Performance LLC.

Elise Furman, President and CEO of a local software development company voted the 26th fastest growing company in 2001 by Deloitte & Touche Eastern Technology Fast 50 List commenting on Peak’s recruiting services “The system works! And when it was time to bring on a Sales Director, Peak Performance was there to assist with interviewing, evaluating, hiring, and mentoring this key hire. Since then I've started on a path to better sales performance. Peak Performance has exceeded our expectations."

The 80/20 rule in the sales arena dictates that 80% of your sales production will come from 20% of your sales force. However when initially hiring a new sales-person or more importantly a new sales manager your expectation levels are high, yet unfortunately productivity levels are not! So what is it that differentiates the producers from the non-producers?

Contact Peak Performance Recruiting Services Department today at 1-610-768-7780 and ask for Recruiting Services or visit

http://www.peakperformancellc.com/recruit.htm
One key component that clearly differentiates Peak Performance in the recruiting business is that they are not a traditional placement firm. Therefore they do not focus their efforts on merely placing sales professionals who have paid them to find them a job. Many recruiting firms handle both ends of the hiring game, and often make far more money if they place an individual whom they have already contracted with. Therefore the recruiter has a substantial vested interest in directing you towards their existing client base although it may not be in your best interests.

The primary difference between Peak Performance and other Recruiting companies is their job does not end when you hire the applicant. For details on how to make your applicant stick, and more importantly produce, please visit http://www.peakperformancellc.com/recruit.htm today.

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