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employee burnout
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4 Questions You Should Ask to Prevent Employee Burnout

With vaccines rolling out comes the hope that office spaces may safely return to their former glory. But seeing the light at the end of the tunnel doesn’t mean COVID-related workplace problems will just up and disappear. Employee burnout, for one, won’t be going away on its own.  Throughout the past year or so, the […]

medical sales team
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These Toxic Patterns May be Poisoning Your Work Culture

In some ways, you know that increased remote opportunities for a medical sales team are good. From the HR perspective, creating remote positions on your team widens your talent pool significantly.  However, the flip side is your existing medical sales reps suddenly have more options for finding new positions. If they’re unhappy with the work […]

medical sales reps, mental health
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Help Your Medical Sales Reps Feel Safe Discussing Mental Health

The COVID-19 pandemic has passed its nine-month mark in the U.S. — and it’s still difficult to say a true end is in sight. Maybe you’re used to this “new normal” by now, or maybe not. But in any case, don’t forget about your medical sales reps. This global crisis continues to have significant ramifications […]

employee referrals
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4 Steps to Tap Into the Benefits of Employee Referrals

Since May, unemployment has slowly decreased, but there are still more than twice the number of job seekers on the market than at the beginning of this year. That means there is a lot of talent to tap into, but it also means just about everyone knows someone who is out of work. Now is […]

interview skills
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How to Improve Candidate Confidence in Virtual Interview Skills

With so many companies switching to virtual interviews amidst this year’s pandemic, we wanted to understand how confident candidates feel with the new format. We surveyed more than 500 job seekers and found that Gen Z is the most confident in their ability to video interview (64.9%), but only about half of millennials (56.7%) and […]

medical sales companies
Culture & Retention Featured Insights & Trends

3 Allyship Resources for Medical Sales Companies Focusing on Diversity and Inclusion

Allyship, the ongoing process in which people with privilege and power work to develop empathy toward a marginalized group’s challenges or issues, isn’t a new concept in business. However, current world events sparked by the Black Lives Matters movement has made the act a trending topic among organizations working to bring their companies across the […]

medical sales
Featured Insights & Trends

How Medical Sales Leaders Can Evaluate and Address Racial Prejudices

The Black Lives Matter movement has sparked change and ignited critical discussions around the United States — in fact, people are taking notice around the world. Protests, news outlets, and social media have provided platforms for many to share their experiences with racial inequality.  The outcry for justice is being met with outstretched hands — […]

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3 Easy Steps to Off-Board Sales Reps and Keep Healthy Relationships

Onboarding has long been recognized as a critical element of employee and overall company success. Recently, however, Gary Vaynerchuk, a leadership and marketing mogul, shared the importance of off-boarding.  “How your employees feel on their way out matters just as much as how they feel on the way in — if not more,” he commented […]

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How Micromanaging is Draining the Life from Your Sales Reps

Did you know that work stress can actually shorten a person’s lifespan?  Individuals working in highly-demanding jobs where they also have less control could face a 15% increase in their odds of premature death, according to a 2016 study from Personnel Psychology.  But there is good news! When employees have a higher level of control […]

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How to Ensure Your Medical Sales Jobs are Truly Accessible

We’re fortunate our job market has remained strong for so long. As 2019 comes to a close and the new decade rolls in, employers need to be strategic about how they’ll continue to grow despite the perceived talent shortage. HR pros hoping to fill medical sales jobs find themselves vying over top talent, and there […]