SalesEmployment.com Unveiled Brand Identity and Service Offerings as Exhibitor and Sponsor of SHRM

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SalesEmployment.com, a new sales recruiting website developed by industry experts, unveiled its brand identity and innovative offerings at SHRM earlier this month. The online arm of established executive sales recruiting firm Aspire Careers, SalesEmployment.com plans to launch its first beta phase later this year.

SalesEmployment.com, a new sales recruiting website developed by industry experts, unveiled its brand identity and innovative offerings at SHRM earlier this month.

The online arm of established executive sales recruiting firm Aspire Careers, http://www.SalesEmployment.com plans to launch its first beta phase later this year.

SalesEmployment.com was an exhibitor and sponsor of the Society for Human Resource Management Conference and Exposition June 16-19 in Chicago, where it was well-received by the HR professional attendees.

“Salesemployment.com is poised to revolutionize the online job recruiting market for the sales industry,” said Jonathan Sack, SalesEmployment.com founder and CEO. “Its interactivity for both employers and candidates saves time and money. As recruiting experts specializing in sales jobs, we built a recruiting and job search tool that the marketplace wants and needs.”

The website is different because it:

-Provides a sales-only environment
-Uses intuitive candidate mini-websites to provide more meaningful information and personalized, personable and differentiated profiles for positions where personality and fit can be as important as experience or education
-Incorporates a “virtual interview room” that allows candidates to record video responses to several of a list of standard interview questions
-Offers a chat feature that saves hiring companies and candidates the time usually spent trying to connect
-Uses proprietary screening mechanisms to better match a candidate’s experience and background for sales positions

SalesEmployment.com Chief Technology Officer Timothy Eastman, a well-known tech expert whose recent successes include YouBet.com and Jigocity.com, said that these tools turn a one-dimensional, fact-driven resume into a three-dimensional profile at http://www.SalesEmployment.com.

“The site taps into the human element of sales recruiting—very important in finding the right fit for a people-oriented job,” he said.

Employers can benefit from the personalized customer service. Each employer is assigned an account manager who focuses on helping customers in elevating job performance; providing proactive follow-up support and reactive troubleshooting/maintenance, and; expanding customer relationships and compliance.

According to the most recent U.S. Census, there are 14.8 million salespeople working for 5.8 million employers. A recent CareerBuilder.com study found that the sales job market is most likely to see the greatest pay increases due to expected growth in the segment.

“The number of sales-related positions and candidates is indicative of the need for an efficient, sales-specific job website like SalesEmployment.com,” Sack said.

About Jonathan Sack

Jonathan Sack founded Aspire Careers nearly a decade ago after being inspired while working in advertising sales management at Investor’s Business Daily, where he realized that the most important asset of any company is its sales force. He has built Aspire Careers into an established executive recruiting firm focused on the sales vertical market. Connect with Sack on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/salesrecruiter.

About Aspire Careers

Based in Los Angeles, Aspire Careers is an established executive recruiting firm focused on the sales vertical market, working with Fortune 1000 companies, fast-growing private companies and venture-funded startups to find sales and management candidates through executive search. For more information, visit http://www.aspirecareers.com.

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