Have we reached the tipping point of Arthur Miller’s "Death of a Salesman"? How about an upgrade to "Death of All Salesmen"? It would not be the Aristotelian tragedy Miller meant it to be.  In fact, we’d all jump  for joy.

Get rid of all the salesmen. Imagine. The TempWorks mission in past years has been to eliminate ALL of the non-revenue generators from staffing companies.

The fake developers were the first to go. Non-revenue-generating back office staff then followed. We’re quickly approaching the point where we can exclude salespeople, as well.

With non-intrusive processes, you can win more business, better business.You make more and work less.

How do you run your staffing company? How much do you rely on expensive salespeople to interrupt prospects all day?

Tags: Staffing Companies, Industry, Aristotelian tragedy, Arthur Miller, Death of a Salesman, Death of all salesmen, Salespeople