2014 proved to be a banner growth year for Outsource and the company set a Q1 emphasis to hire new personnel and promote recruiters into sales roles. As a result of this tremendous growth, Outsource is proud to announce that this February, the company hosted its largest Foundation Training class ever. Eleven employees, all recent Outsource hires, participated in the weeklong course at corporate headquarters in Los Angeles. The training class was run by Recruitment Operations Manager Danny Brawer and consisted of recruiters from offices in Phoenix, Austin, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Cincinnati, Jacksonville, Tampa, and New York City.
The sessions ran began February 11th and consisted of role-playing challenges as well as classroom instruction, with an overall goal of helping trainees understand who Outsource is as an organization and how they fit into the big picture as a recruiter. They’re taught how to identify people to recruit, how to get an interview, as well as how to go out into the field and recruit new hires for the company. When asked about the class, Brawer said, “The trainees gelled well together and there was great energy. They all have bright futures ahead of them at Outsource.”
Outsource training session aren’t all about work, of course. We like to play hard, too. During the evenings, trainees would get together and explore the Los Angeles nightlife. On Thursday night, the company treated everyone for dinner at Rock’n Fish Restaurant in Manhattan Beach; there were daily lunches, as well as a Tuesday happy hour at one of the company’s favorite after-work spots.
Congratulations to all of our new Recruiters and welcome to Outsource!
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