CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - Jan 29, 2014) -
Jeff Furst, president & CEO of FurstPerson, offering cloud-based talent solutions designed to help companies hire and develop high-performing frontline service, support, and sales employees
Will present a session titled, "Talent Selection for Home Agents," as part of the Technology Innovators panel during the 2014 Remote Working Summit.
Tuesday, February 4 - Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Furst is scheduled to present on Tuesday, February 4, 2014 at 12:10 p.m. CST.
2014 Remote Working Summit
Westin Galleria Dallas
13340 Dallas Parkway
As the world has become increasingly mobile, so has today's workforce. With remote work booming, employers are looking for fresh strategies and solutions to source, recruit and engage home agents in order to maintain a competitive advantage.
During the Technology Innovators panel at the 2014 Remote Working Summit, FurstPerson CEO Jeff Furst will discuss best practices for sourcing and selecting home agents. He will offer six ideas that can improve the home agent hiring process and explain how an analytics-driven model can drive better business results. Attendees will learn more about building scalable home agent hiring models and take away actionable insights to improve recruitment at their organizations.
More information about the 2014 Remote Working Summit including registration details and full conference agenda can be accessed at: http://www.customercontactstrategies.com/latest-events/2014-remote-working-summit/.
FurstPerson marries innovative assessment content, leading software and expert, high touch consultants to help human resource and operations executives create flexible and customized talent assessment solutions. The company's closed-loop analytics optimize the hiring process, ensuring that customers' pre-hire processes remain in lockstep with their ongoing business needs. For 15 years, FurstPerson's cloud-based software has been helping clients deliver superior customer service, sales and support for competitive and financial advantage.