Alison Reierson: Craft first, industry second

Alison Reierson: Craft first, industry second

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With over a little more than 3 years with gpac, Alison Reierson has proven to be an excellent fit for the recruitment industry. As a people person, she has passed the fear of talking with clients and candidates to connect and create long, meaningful relationships with them instead.

The laptop lifestyle fit like a glove with Alison's way of living. Thanks to its flexibility, she and her family can keep traveling while she works from anywhere.

Despite the belief that one of the remote work cons is the lack of flowing communication, Alison has found the contrary within gpac. For her, one of the main highlights of gpac's culture is the team bonding and direct conversation between every company member, from leadership to newer recruiters.

Although she has increased her income substantially as a recruiter, she knows there is no reward without hard work. As one of gpac's Alpha Pac recruiters, her advice to new recruiters is to stay resilient through the tough times and find support from more experienced partners. At the end of the day, recruitment is a teamwork business too.

Another perk Alison has found in recruitment is the universality of the craft. For her, if the industry you work with is on hold or struggling, you can always jump onto a different sector because you have the essentials to market and place candidates.

Lastly, Alison's message to both companies and candidates is to trust that gpac will work toward their benefit and goals. All our Alpha Pac recruiters are high achievers and work confidently to bring you the best and ease your hiring process.


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