Tampa, FL, March 18, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- This spring marked the first ever radio appearance by Resource Staffing Group Inc (RSG) and CEO, David LaVoie. In February, LaVoie was featured on “The Recruiting Animal”, a web-based radio show created to inform and entertain those who are involved with any aspect of recruiting and hiring. The show covered a number of topics, ranging from RSG’s specialized screening process to how hiring managers can be more effective when attracting new candidates.
Throughout the show, LaVoie and the show’s host bantered and laughed – providing not only an informational showing, but also one designed to entertain listeners. The host and LaVoie struck an immediate rapport – as they both possessed a similar, somewhat dry sense of humor; allowing for easy communication between them. After the completion of the radio show, LaVoie received a number of positive comments and other forms of feedback, in addition to an invitation to be featured in the show’s future episodes.
This radio appearance was a great opportunity for LaVoie and RSG to communicate effectively with those in the recruiting industry, while also creating a memorable, downloadable recording of the show for later listening. The entire RSG team even skipped the opportunity to go out to lunch, instead staying in the office and listening to the online broadcast of the show.
“The show was a blast! ‘The Animal’ is a great host, and I really enjoyed his rapid-fire, no holds barred method of questioning me. It showed that he really knows his stuff, and the immediate feedback via Social Media during the show made it extra exciting,” explained LaVoie upon completion of the show. “I can’t wait for our next chance to be featured on the show!”
Based in Tampa, Florida, Resource Staffing Group Inc works hard to find high quality permanent and contingent staff members for companies across a wide range of industries. They use their highly specialized recruiters, account executives, and management team members to not only find these potential employees, but also to help others to improve their recruiting and hiring processes via radio shows such as The Recruiting Animal and also through the creation of original guides and other documents.