Recruiting

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This Is the Sexy Industry This Is the Sexy Industry

Entice young employees by selling the American Dream More

Hunting Season Never Closes When You're Looking for Good Workers
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Hunting Season Never Closes When You're Looking for Good Workers

Headhunting and staff development should be nonstop jobs; ProSales' "Four Under 40... More

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Help Wanted

ProSales welcomes its newest team member, assistant editor Tim Regan. More

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Don Magruder's Top 7 Worries for 2014

As we enter a new year, there are some unsettling business concerns on the horizon. More

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Regan Joins PROSALES Staff

Tim Regan joined the staff of Hanley Wood as a new assistant editor at PROSALES. More

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Self-Inflicted Wounds Lead To LBM Hiring Troubles

With the housing industry beginning to creep upwards, the LBM industry is in need of young, bright minds, many of which were pushed out of the industry by lean business practices. Compound that with unrealistic hiring expectations and the cautious nature of potential candidates and you've got a tumultuous hiring environment. More

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Finding Career-Minded Talent

While many dealers are still trying to manage current payrolls by running lean and mean, others are enjoying some modest growth opportunities and find themselves in the enviable position of needing to hire new people. Before you run the help wanted ad, you should do a self-assessment of the industry and your business. More

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SRS Opens Second Colorado Outlet

SRS Acquisition Corp., the fast-growing Texas-based operation that has been acquiring roofing companies around the country, announced its Shake & Shingle Supply brand has expanded from its Denver location to a new location in Colorado Springs, Colo. More

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A few months ago, a group of dealers approached me about developing a seminar on managing the next generation of workers. I have to admit I was not 100% sold on the idea. Not that I wasn't interested: I've done enough research to know that the housing industry will change more in the next decade than it has in the past three as baby boomers retire and millennials, now in their teens and 20s, start buying homes. It's not that I don't think the topic is important, either. Attracting young talent is the most pressing long-range challenge dealers face. More

Managing Millennials
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Managing Millennials

Greg Brooks suggests taking advantage of what the latest workforce talent has to... More

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