With the evolution of our connected world, it seems harder than ever to maintain the fabled “work-life balance.” Carving out an uninterrupted span of time to commit to one obligation is nearly impossible as it grows progressively easier to stay in touch with others at all times.
In fact, a lot of workers have been deciding to ditch the idea of work-life balance altogether and instead prefer the new concept of a “work-life blend.”
Getting the right person into the right career can be a challenge: there are dozens of resumes to run through, multiple qualifications to confirm, portfolios to critique and many other aspects to matching employers with their ideal applicants.
Just ask Alexandra Mayes, a 28-year-old Talent Acquisition Partner at Tech Data – or, as she sometimes likes to call herself, “company matchmaker.” Alexandra’s primary role is to link desired applicants with the open positions that best suit their skills and personalities.
As with all market leading companies, it’s the employees that drive the success of the business. A team that knows the market, understands the product and recognizes the importance of uncompromising customer service, creates value; making that business an industry leader.
The sales and support team is a company’s first, middle and last, point of contact; they are the idea generators and problem solvers.
Back in February, Tech Data’s Authority Blog posted “The Millennials are Coming!” It’s a deep dive into what some classify as “the most misunderstood generation.”
The piece generated considerable feedback, especially on how the millennial generation is coming into their own in technology.