FirstChoice Hiring

Fishing for New Employees

Posted by Jeffrey Reichel on Sep 13, 2016 9:55:01 AM

Fishing ISN'T easy. Growing up in a coastal community, I had many friends that enjoyed charting the waters and casting their lines. Hearing their stories and seeing the fish they caught, I figured it couldn't be that difficult, right? Well, a few weeks ago, I had the chance to put my skills to the test and it was everything but easy.

After 8 hours of fishing 20 miles off Key West, I didn't catch anything except for a sunburn and the ocean floor. That's when I realized, finding new employees is similar to fishing, because your success, or lack thereof, is highly dependent on skill. So, allow me to use my lessons learned on the open sea to help us catch more fish, or in the case of running a successful organization, find more talent.

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Topics: Hiring

FirstChoice: A Happy Hiring Solution

Posted by Jeffrey Reichel on Sep 5, 2016 11:00:00 AM

Who would've thought that happy and hiring  could ever share the same sentence? Sounds a bit ridiculous without any context, but if you've ever been in charge of hiring, you'd understand that those words are polar opposites. I promise I'm not mental -- FirstChoice makes hiring top tier people so easy, you can't help but smile. How so?

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3 Must-Have Hire Solutions

Posted by Jeffrey Reichel on Sep 1, 2016 2:06:13 PM

What's your favorite time of the day? Beer:30 or Hire o' clock? I'd imagine you'd pick the first option, but when it's time to hire, your carbonated companion will have to wait. As you already know, hiring is a necessity, but can be an inconvenience if you've got better things to do.

So, here are three must-have hiring solutions that take work out of your hands and let you enjoy life.

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Topics: hire solutions

Four Keys to Manage Turnover Better

Posted by Wayne Bills on Sep 1, 2016 1:33:49 PM

So, what’s the end of the hiring process? You have spent time and money trying to find, attract, interview, screen, hire and train the right people for your business. It’s a significant investment even before you add a new hire to your payroll.

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Topics: Hiring, Recruiting, turnover

Four Hiring Risks; One Important Solution

Posted by Wayne Bills on Aug 16, 2016 1:59:52 PM

How the SBCA Can Benefit Your Business

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Topics: Hiring, hire solutions, hiring risks

Recruiting Services That Don't Suck

Posted by Jeffrey Reichel on Jul 12, 2016 12:18:29 PM

The internet has given birth to many recruiting services, but you should be just as apprehensive with them as you are with that Nigerian prince emailing you. You see, it's one thing to bait people in with a pretty website, but another for them to claim to be the recruitment package you need. In this article, we'll dive into what makes some recruiting services far beyond par.

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Topics: hire solutions, recruiting services

Speaking into Existence: A Key to Selling More Cars

Posted by Jeffrey Reichel on Jun 14, 2016 11:30:06 AM

 Imagine if you could read people's minds. You'd be selling more cars than hot cakes at fat camp. The best part is, you don't need Miss Cleo's powers to be "psychic." All that's required is your observance and recollection of common problems amongst car buyers. Then you'll be able to anticipate and address their concerns before they even arise. Sharing with them steps, procedures and philosophies allows the customer feel comfortable in their buying experience and leaves you looking like a wizard.

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Topics: auto sales, selling more cars, sales

How to Keep Your Customer Within Their Budget

Posted by Jeffrey Reichel on Jun 13, 2016 3:05:30 PM

Minimizing is a process of managing customer expectations by challenging their wants versus their needs, and creating a perception that you’re trying to save them money. This will keep them from leaving and getting in the wrong car. It will also help build a bridge of trust when they realize you’re not out to sell them the most expensive car with unnecessary options on the lot. Below are a few examples that will help you find your customer the car that suits them and their budget the best. 

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Topics: auto sales, sales

The Mental Hug: a Sales Secret

Posted by Nestor Gill on Jun 9, 2016 4:55:35 PM

The Mental Hug is a powerful sales secret that any sales person can use to neutralize a customer's initial fear motivated reaction. As explained in The World Runs on Fearit's human nature to let fear dictate your disposition, which is why the Mental Hug is so powerful. It disarms customers of any preconceived notions or current perceptions.

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Topics: auto sales, sales secret, sales

Fear Can Help or Hinder You From Selling More Cars

Posted by Nestor Gill on Jun 9, 2016 2:49:00 PM

Fear is a protective shield that surrounds all human beings. Knowing how to handle customer fear is the difference between you selling more cars or not. It acts like an early warning system to protect the body it inhabits. Fear operates through different senses, such as:

  • What I see
  • What I feel
  • What I can read
  • What I can hear
  • What I touch
  • What I smell
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Topics: auto sales, selling more cars

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